You wrote:

>I have a set of documents that have superscript characters in the Heading1 
>levels.  When I convert to PDF, any Heading that has a superscript is not 
>a link in the TOC of the PDF.  The Heading shows up in the TOC, but you 
>can't click on it to go to that page.
>I'm not sure if my settings are wrong in Frame, PDF, or what.  I'm using 
>Frame 8 and Acrobat Professional 8 on Windows.

The hypertext marker inserted at the beginning of the TOC paragraphs 
creates a link, but the link area is limited by the change in character 
properties in the TOC entries (whether superscript, subscript or font 
changes) limits the active area. [see some examples at ]

If character formats in the TOC cannot be avoided (either retrieved from 
source paragraphs or required by design), I recommend using FrameScript to 
duplicate the hypertext marker present at the beginning of each TOC entry 
for each distinct character format area within that entry (independently of 
whether this property change comes from the TOC specification on the 
Reference page or from the source TOC item).
Such a script can also be extended to deal with other TOC problems.

Shlomo Perets

FrameMaker/Acrobat training & consulting * FM-to-Acrobat TimeSavers/Assistants

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