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So far, it's counter-intuitive because you refuse to read the basics in the user's manual and accept to change your mind about what is "right" or "wrong". So far, when you use another tool, you must also change your mind to adapt to the tool.

So far, a TOC is correctly generated if your (sub)chapter headings are styles Heading n. I you didn't do it so far, you'll have a hard time configuring it. Read the whole stuff about styles. They are far more developed in LO Writer than in the competition.

Matter of fact, having links to jump from TOC to (sub)chapter is done by default in the out-of-the-shelf TOC configuration. Return links from chapter headings to TOC are not feasible unless you heavily ...(more)

( 2019-09-10 12:22:33 +0200 )edit

For hyperlinks in TOC and back, see this question and my answer

( 2019-09-10 13:27:50 +0200 )edit

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You can click anywhere in the TOC. What you can't do is type text in in it because it is a protected area (auto generated by Writer).

Edit Index will reopen the creation dialog so that you can change the layout of the TOC.

Update Index will refresh the TOC to reflect the current state of headings.

If you can't trigger the commands, something is wrong in your procedure. Edit your question (this is no forum site, but Q&A and AskBot software reorders "answers" be relevance -- it has its own notion of relevance -- which causes a loss of chronological order) to better describe what you do. Don"t forget OS and LO version. Read these guidelines.

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