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Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. The one it generated still is inadequate so far. I don't understand anymore how to make one, so I have to look for answers, and all I can find is this discussion board so far; no readable help from libre office.

So now I wonder how to get the table so the reader can click on a chapter or subtopic and go there, and then come back to the Table of Contents. So far it will only allow me to control click on my subheadings and not the chapters. The box that appears when I right-click on the TOC is not decipherable, and the instructions given by libre office make no sense. So far I am unable to use it to set the links I want.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. The one it generated still is inadequate so far. I don't understand anymore how to make one, so I have to look for answers, and all I can find is this discussion board so far; no readable help from libre office.

So now I wonder how to get the table so the reader can click on a chapter or subtopic and go there, and then come back to the Table of Contents. So far it will only allow me to control click on my subheadings and not the chapters. The box that appears when I right-click on the TOC is not decipherable, and the instructions given by libre office make no sense. So far I am unable to use it to set the links I want.

Now none of the linkns work no matter what I do. Why is libre office so counter-intuitive and hard to use so often?

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. The one it generated still is inadequate so far. I don't understand anymore how to make one, so I have to look for answers, and all I can find is this discussion board so far; no readable help from libre office.

So now I wonder how to get the table so the reader can click on a chapter or subtopic and go there, and then come back to the Table of Contents. So far it will only allow me to control click on my subheadings and not the chapters. The box that appears when I right-click on the TOC is not decipherable, and the instructions given by libre office make no sense. So far I am unable to use it to set the links I want.

Now none of the linkns links work no matter what I do. Why is libre office so counter-intuitive and hard to use so often?

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. The one it generated still is inadequate so far. far though. I don't understand anymore how to make one, so I have to look for answers, and all I can find is this discussion board so far; no readable help from libre office.

So now I wonder how to get the table so the reader can click on a chapter or subtopic and go there, and then come back to the Table of Contents. So far it will only allow me to control click on my subheadings and not the chapters. The box that appears when I right-click on the TOC is not decipherable, and the instructions given by libre office make no sense. So far I am unable to use it to set the links I want.

Now none of the links work no matter what I do. Why is libre office so counter-intuitive and hard to use so often?

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. The one it generated still is inadequate so far though. I don't understand anymore how to make one, so I have to look for answers, and all I can find is this discussion board so far; no readable help from libre office.

So now I wonder how to get the table so the reader can click on a chapter or subtopic and go there, and then come back to the Table of Contents. So far it will only allow me to control click on my subheadings and not the chapters. The box that appears when I right-click on the TOC is not decipherable, and the instructions given by libre office make no sense. So far I am unable to use it to set the links I want.

I already formatted by chapters as "heading 1" and subtitles as "heading 2". I thought the TOC was supposed to be able to create links to those headings.

Now none of the links work no matter what I do. Why is libre office so counter-intuitive and hard to use so often?

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. The one it generated still is inadequate so far though. I don't understand anymore how to make one, so I have to look for answers, and all I can find is this discussion board so far; no readable help from libre office.

So now I wonder how to get the table so the reader can click on a chapter or subtopic and go there, and then come back to the Table of Contents. So far it will only allow me to control click on my subheadings and not the chapters. The box that appears when I right-click on the TOC is not decipherable, and the instructions given by libre office make no sense. So far I am unable to use it to set the links I want.

I already formatted by chapters as "heading 1" and subtitles as "heading 2". I thought the TOC was supposed to be able to create links to those headings.headings. Oh, now it's linking to the chapters and not the subtitles!

Now none of the links work no matter what I do. Why is libre office so counter-intuitive and hard to use so often?

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. The one it generated still is inadequate so far though. IT was hard to figure out the box when I don't understand anymore how to make one, so I have to look for answers, and all I can find is this discussion board so far; no readable help from libre office.

So now I wonder how to get right clicked on the table so the reader can click on a chapter or subtopic and go there, and then come back to the Table of Contents. So far contents. Now it will only allow me to control click on my subheadings and not the chapters. The box that appears when I right-click on the TOC is not decipherable, and the instructions given by libre office make no sense. So far I am unable to use it to set the links I want.

I already formatted by chapters as "heading 1" and subtitles as "heading 2". I thought the TOC was supposed seems to be able to create links to those headings. Oh, now it's linking to the chapters and not the subtitles!

Now none of the links work no matter what I do. Why is libre office so counter-intuitive and hard to use so often?working, but it sometimes it did ad sometimes it didn't.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. IT was hard to figure out the box when I right clicked on the table of contents. Now it seems to be working, but it sometimes it did ad sometimes it didn't.didn't. I still wonder if it's possible to click on a chapter heading or subchapter heading to return to the table of contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. IT was hard to figure out the box when I right clicked on the table of contents. Now it seems to be working, but it sometimes it did ad sometimes it didn't. I still wonder if it's possible to click on a chapter heading or subchapter heading to return to the table of contents.contents. I formatted my chapter titles in my document as heading 1 and subtitles at heading 2.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. IT It was hard to figure out to format from the box when I right clicked on the table of contents. Now it seems to be working, but it sometimes it did ad sometimes it didn't. I still wonder if it's possible to click on a chapter heading or subchapter heading to return to the table of contents. I formatted my chapter titles in my document as heading 1 and subtitles at heading 2.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. It was hard to figure out to format from the box when I right clicked on the table of contents. Now it seems to be working, but it sometimes it did ad and sometimes it didn't. I still wonder if it's possible to click on a chapter heading or subchapter heading to return to the table of contents. I formatted my chapter titles in my document as heading 1 and subtitles at heading 2.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents.

Right-click in the table of contents, and then choose Edit Index or Table of Contents. What does this mean? You can't "right click in the table of contents"

I see that I added my own table instead of having libre office generate one. It was hard to figure out to format from the box when I right clicked on the table of contents. Now it seems to be working, but it sometimes it did and sometimes it didn't. I still wonder if it's possible to click on a chapter heading or subchapter heading to return to the table of contents. I formatted my chapter titles in my document as heading 1 and subtitles at as heading 2.