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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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How to create a link in a pdf document to open a file using a specified application installed on the machine?

Assume I have a file on my machine at file:///c:\figure.bmp. From my pdf document, that is created by LaTeX using hyperref.sty, how can I open figure.bmp using mspaint.exe (microsoft built-in image ...
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Can you have hyperlinks to locations in different PDFs?

It's possible to hyperlink to another PDF file using Adobe Acrobat using the following LaTeX code: \href{run:target.pdf}{Click me!} If this is placed in source.pdf, then you can click on the ...
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Hyperlink's bad navigation of sub-figures on click

I am using hyperref package to have hyperlinks automatically generated for figures, equations, table of contents, etc... My problem is if I have a big figure consisting of sub-figures and then have a ...
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How display the href link in the footnote?

My document has several \href that I would like to be shown on the footnote. How can I do it?
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Generate large document by pdfTeX, then break result into many PDF files while preserving links

This is the PDF file of a book I wrote: http://www.abstractmath.org/Handbook/handbook.pdf It takes a long time to download because it is a big file. I generated it using pdfLaTeX. Is there a way to ...
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Defining a command for linked and indexed section headings?

What is the (preferred way of) defining a command that places a heading (like \section, \chapter, etc.) creates a label for this heading that can be referenced places the heading in the TOC (I ...
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What does the hyperref option hypertexnames do?

The Manual of hyperref states that hypertexnames: use guessable names for links. What does this mean? What are the consequences of using this option?
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htlatex leaves undefined reference (“??” link) but pdflatex produces correct output

We have a large document that runs through pdflatex and through htlatex. The pdflatex output is fully ok. The htlatex output is also ok (it contains all images etc.) except that for some ...
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Create a link to open a script as a text file (don't run it) from a latex document in linux

I would like a command such as this: \href{../src/wkfl/vlyUpstrOvrlp.sh}{vlyUpstrOvrlp} but I want the subsequent link to open the file in gedit or the default text editor in linux. Bonus points ...
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multibib and links to bibliography (with hyperref, natbib)?

I'm using the multibib package but cannot get links to work with it and hyperref. Is this combination possible? A sample document follows: If I add a \usepackage{natbib} in the preamble then links do ...
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Remove ugly borders around clickable cross-references and hyperlinks

I know that I can use hyperref to make cross-references and hyperlinks clickable. That makes the clickable areas outlined in fluorescent green, however. How can I make the green boxes go away?
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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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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 ...