- Using the new workspaces, panels, and navigation options
- Working with Smart Guides, the cursor, and text reflow
- Placing images with Auto-Fit and the contact sheet cascade
- Formatting text with dynamic GREP helpers
- Refining layouts with live preflight
- Finding support in Community Help
Skill Level Intermediate
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Q: Is there a way to create an interactive table of contents in InDesign CS4 that would retain the hyperlinks after the file is exported, so that users could click in the table of contents and be taken to the corresponding chapter?
A: There are two methods to create a table of contents with interactive links in InDesign.
Method 1: Export a PDF and prompt InDesign to copy the table of contents into the PDF's Bookmarks panel. To have InDesign export the TOC as bookmarks, open the TOC dialog box and be sure to turn on the Create PDF bookmarks option before the TOC is placed in the document. When exporting to PDF, turn on "Hyperlinks and Bookmarks" in the PDF export options. The PDF can be set to open with the Bookmarks panel displaying by default so users know the TOC links exist there. Go this in Acrobat's File menu > Properties > Initial View.