As Shlomo points out, this is a known characteristic of FrameMaker, and you can't change it without using a Framescript-based solution. If you need a quick kludge to get you out of this production cycle, and you're going to PDF output only, you can work around this by selecting the Link tool in Acrobat and manually stretching the affected links across the TOC entry. Obviously, this is not something to adopt as a long-term fix, but it can get you out of the lurch if they need it this week.
--William theboggette wrote: > Greetings. > > 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. > > Thoughts? > > Trish