# landscape page and list of tables [closed]

I have a landscape page in a twosided portrait report. It works fine and the pdf looks ok. The issue pops up at the List of Tables where the landscape page appears to be at page 72 which is correct, but the link jumps to 73. Any way to solve this issue? Thanks,

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How did you include the landscape page in your document - pdfpages, or pdflscape, or lscape, or ...? – Werner Sep 2 '11 at 15:05
Like this:\afterpage{% \clearpage% To flush out all floats, might not be what you want \begin{landscape} \begin{table}[tbp] \centering \caption{Prevalence of sequences of emergence by quadrant and gender based on the reconstructed emergence times.} \scalebox{0.9}{ \begin{tabular}{rrrrrrrrrrrrrrr} \toprule \multicolumn{7}{c}{Quadrant 1} & & \multicolumn{7}{c}{Quadrant 2} \\ \end{tabular} } \label{chap5:tab:sequences}% \end{table}% \end{landscape} } – sil_leu Sep 3 '11 at 8:44
I forgot to say that I am loading \usepackage{pdflscape} – sil_leu Sep 3 '11 at 9:09
Setting up my own MWE using the information you provided, my hyperlink jumps exactly to the table caption, on the page where the table is printed. There must be something else that you're doing/loading. For example, does hyperref issue any warnings? Try and trim your code down and provide a complete MWE that reproduces the problem. – Werner Sep 3 '11 at 15:29
Without MWE it is hard to find a solution, but try this: Add \usepackage[all]{hypcap} to your preamble, ctan.org/pkg/hypcap should make the hyperlinks aim at the top of figures, tables,... - where does your hyperlink go to now? Did you try placing \phantomsection before or after your table (or after/before the rotated page)? – Stephen Sep 3 '11 at 18:11

## closed as too localized by lockstep, egreg, Gonzalo Medina, ℝaphink, SeamusOct 1 '11 at 21:33

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