As it turns out the problem was a more difficult to diagnose that I originally thought. My original document was in 2 files: a 2 page cover that included the Heading 1, and the document. Since we needed to make this a single document, I took the first document and added it to the second. I made new master pages to the single document and assigned them to the first 2 pages. The problem was caused by the fact that the origin of the first 2 pages were not connected to the rest of the document. There was only one flow, however, when you try to select the contents of the document it would only select the parts that were connected. I had to rebuild the document by taking the first 2 pages and add them to the 3rd page. I deleted the first 2 pages and assigned the master page to the new 2 pages. The easy answer is to select the text frames and connect them from the Format | Customize Layout | Connect Text Frames.
Thank you for your responses. Sorry for the misdirection. Bruce MacArthur Documentation Specialist Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates 4 Stanley Tucker Drive Newburyport, MA 01950 Work: 978-463-5011 Cell: 978-265-0167 Fax: 978-462-6126 On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 9:55 AM, <bruce.macarthur at vsea.com> wrote: Hello Fellow Framers, I created a document that has a cover page with the Heading 1 in a table. I did this because the text is white with a black background. When I convert the document to PDF the bookmark for the Heading 1 ends up at the bottom of the bookmarks. If I take the Heading 1 and place it above the Heading 2 in the main part of the document, it comes out at the top of the bookmarks. Is there something that can force the Heading 1 in the table to be scanned first? Bruce MacArthur Documentation Specialist Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates 4 Stanley Tucker Drive Newburyport, MA 01950 Work: 978-463-5011 Cell: 978-265-0167 Fax: 978-462-6126