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    Hi,
    I have generated a pdf of a long document about 277 pages.
    The TOC links in the document are not taking to the vesxact location after few chapters.
    I am correcting the links using manual editing.Ids there some way out to correct this problem?

    Kindly suggest this is urgent.

    regards,
    Techwriter2k9

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    It sounds as if the PDF driver isn't paginating your document the same as the Print Preview is doing page numbers. What PDF product are you using, and what are the printing settings for your default printer?
    Wendell

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    You need to paginate the document with the PDF printer driver you plan to use and then update the TOC before creating the PDF. How you do this depends on which PDF tool you are using and what version of Word.
    Andrew Lockton, Chrysalis Design, Melbourne Australia

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