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I am working with texshop which lacks of a proper navigation (or I didnt find it yet). To make it easier to navigate through the document I would like to make all the headlines clickable in a way that when you click on them you get back to the toc. Is there a way to do so? Thanks in advance.

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Under the Preview menu there's the entry "Drawer"; it opens a panel where you find all bookmarks for the sectional divisions.

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Once more you helped me so much. Thank you very much! –  Philip Jul 7 '11 at 19:59
    
@Philip: If your questions are answered, you should mark them as such by clicking the tick mark next to the best answer. This will make it easy for other people to see which answer helps the most, move the question off the "unanswered" list, and give the answerer and you some reputation. Furthermore, if you have too many questions without accepted answers, the line "0% accept rate" appears next to your name (that's currently the case for you), which might make people hesitant to attempt to answer your questions. –  Jake Jul 8 '11 at 0:51
    
@Jake: Thanks for advice. –  Philip Jul 8 '11 at 13:52
    
I'm very sorry, I don't want to hijack this question, but I simply don't understand the answer... does it refer to a particular program? or does it refer to a way of having section titles link (hyperref-wise) to their "line" in the TOC? The latter I'd very much like to know how to do... should I ask a different question or is this the proper place to ask for elaboration? –  mpr Oct 23 '11 at 19:16
    
@mpr The question refers to TeXShop on Mac OS X; but all serious PDF viewers have a panel for showing bookmarks. –  egreg Oct 23 '11 at 20:17
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