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Topic: Produce a Table of Contents??
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 90064
From: Truelight
Date: 6/17/2003 07:23 AM

I am producing an Employee Handbook which is over 300 pages in Adobe Acrobat. The document is broken into smaller individual .PDF files, each dealing with a topic. I'd like to:

- Reference all of these from a Table of Contents
- Allow hyperlinking to any chapter (file) from that Table of Contents
- Allow hyperlinking between chapters (files)
- Allow for frequent insertions into the Table of Contents (retaining alphabetical order of listings) as new chapters (files) are added.

Regular linking works well enough so long as no new chapters (.PDF files) are added. The problem comes when I need to insert a new Chapter heading and link in my Table of Contents. As there is no line insert in Acrobat, I'm forced to redo my Table of Contents and all it's links each time I must insert a new item.

Any thoughts on how to get around this??

Can you also reply here? - Thanks !

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