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    Hyperlinks in table of contents

    Hi all.
    Just converted to Office 2010 last week. I just noticed that when I create a pdf from my word documents that the table of contents is no longer clickable.
    I have other links (bookmarks) that are working. What settings do I need to look at.

    Carol

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    Are you using Word to make the pdfs? Is the TOC is not clickable in the Word document? Or in the PDF?

    Pam

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    The TOC is not clickable in the PDF. I have tried several ways to make the pdf and it's not working, i.e., within Word, from within Adobe, single documents, combined documents. No go.

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    Are you sure that the original Word file's TOC is clickable? If is is, then can't duplicate your results. Although I don't get a clickable TOC in a PDF that I've created using a print driver, I do get one when I use W2007/10's save as and when I use Nitro7's create pfd from the Word file.

    Pam

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    Okay thanks anyway Pam. The Word document is clickable and I didn't use the print driver to make the pdf. I have also contacted our in house IT department. I'll post back if they have a resolution for this problem.

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