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After a little tinkering, plus a little inspiration from here and there, I've com up with a solution. The bookmarksetupnext{level=part} simply sets the next bookmark to have the part level. There is no bookmark named "Appendices", and because the next bookmark is Appendix A, this appendix chapter will be changed to have the level of a part. Appendix B is ...


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The title sits at the top of the bookmark hierarchy, with everything nested below it: If you wish to adjust this nesting, you could switch to the (preferred) bookmark package and execute a \bookmarksetup{startatroot} to reset the nesting: \documentclass{revtex4-1} %\usepackage[bookmarks]{hyperref} \usepackage{bookmark} \begin{document} \title{title} ...


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It is a bug in package appendix: Package hyperref uses \Hy@chapapp inside destination names at the place of the counter name. Then sections (class article) or chapters (class report or book) use the string "appendix" rather than "section"/"chapter" as counter name part of destinations in the appendix. Package appendix redefines \Hy@chapapp as \appendixname ...


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There is already a good answer by Heiko Oberdiek, I just wanted to react on the comment by the OP about the wrong page number. However, I use the biblatex package. \documentclass{book}% \usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex} \usepackage{bookmark} % Normally biblio.bib is available on every TeXLive System in % the sub-directory bibtex/msc ...


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Package tocbibind can be used to include the chapter titles of the table of contents and the bibliography to the table of contents and the bookmarks: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{tocbibind} \usepackage{bookmark} \begin{document} \frontmatter \tableofcontents \mainmatter \chapter{Chapter A} \section{Section a} \backmatter \begin{thebibliography}{9} ...


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I've had a similar problem, but I've "solved" it. Online some people seemed to suggest this is to do with hyperref, but, I'm not convinced. Loading hyperref last had no effect whatsoever. In the .tex file I had: \begin{proposition}\label{prop:amG delta in amG delta K} \begin{enumerate} \item This formats so that the 1. of the \item is right next to the ...



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