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1answer
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Sections in ToC with links but without headings

I want to include some external documents (PDFs) in the appendix of the document I am writing. I would like to have these included documents listed in my table of contents, but no section heading ...
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2answers
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Correct use of hyperref and addcontentsline

I am having some issues with the hyperref package. I would like to create a Introduction chapter without a number so I use \chapter*{Introduction} and \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Introduction} ...
2
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1answer
118 views

Create a table of contents

I'm new in LaTeX, and I want to create a TOC like this one TIP: every red box is a link to a certain area in the article.
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2answers
73 views

\href macro in \section conflicts with local hyperref linking in ToC

If I have a section like so \section{Section 1} then in the ToC, so long as I use the hyperref package, it is linked to that particular section. However, if I use an href tag as the section ...
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3answers
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Links do not lead to right pages

The problem is that the links (as well as the PDF bookmarks) of abstract, explanation, CV and appendix do not lead to the right pages. abstract leads to the titlepage and appendix to introduction etc. ...
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1answer
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Hyperref link jumps to the first entry of the bibliography entry rather than to its title [duplicate]

This is a follow-up question to Gonzalo Medina's answer of Bibliography in table of contents. One of his solutions for including the bibliography in the ToC is to use the following code: ...
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1answer
482 views

Link to index in TOC points does not point to index, but to whatever is right before index

My LaTeX document contains an index which is also referenced in the table of contents via \addcontentsline. The page number displayed in the TOC is correct. The link, however, is not. (If I view the ...
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2answers
683 views

Linking the section text to the TOC

I'd like the section headings in running text to link to their "line" in the Table of Contents so as to get "two-way" navigation, eg: a user looks in the Table of Contents for a section title, jumps ...
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1answer
802 views

How do I remove hyperlinks from \tableofcontents in beamer?

I am designing a presentation in beamer and would like to use \tableofcontents to generate an outline frame. However, by default, beamer includes hyperlinks on the section names in the table of ...
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2answers
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How to achieve links in a part ToC in a beamer presentation?

I red \tableofcontents from \part commands in Beamer, and it was very helpful. However, I wanted the part titles to be links pointing to the pages the part began. The example without this works just ...
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1answer
333 views

How to link images to their entry in list of figures?

Right now I embed images like that: \begin{figure}[htb] \centering \includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{images/some.pdf} \caption[Description in LOF, taken from~\cite{source}]{Caption ...
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2answers
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Add a link to the TOC

I'd like to link the Table of Contents in the footer of each page. I can achieve this thanks to this hint like so: # In the hyperref section of the document preamble \cfoot{\hyperlink{page.1}{TOC}} ...
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1answer
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How do you make a TOC link cover text and page number?

The hyperref package allows you to specify that TOC links in the pdf cover the text (default) or the page number (linktocpage=true), but not both. That is, you can have this: [My Title]. . . . . . ...
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1answer
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How to make clickable links and cross-references in pdfs produced by LaTeX?

How can I make things link url references, my index, table of contents, and cross references clickable links in documents produced by LaTeX? I generally use pdflatex to produce my documents.
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4answers
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How can I make a clickable Table of Contents? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to make clickable links and cross-references in pdfs produced by LaTeX? I need links for the Table of Contents, so that I can navigate fast to different sections. I ...