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I have a document where I want to create links from my table of contents, citations and references, in an ordinary way. My first line is

\documentclass[draft,12pt,oneside]{CUNY_PhD}

and CUNY_PhD is a custom .cls file provided by my school. When I insert

\usepackage{hyperref}

into the preamble, there is no error message, but it has no effect on the document. If I do this in a test document, it works fine. Do I need to learn how to further customize the .cls?

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I figured this out actually while posting the question, but figured I'd post it, plus this answer, anyway, since I couldn't find the answer by searching.

All I had to do was take out "draft" from the documentclass options!

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    you can also force hyperref while keeping draft for the rest of the document by passing the option final to hyperref alone: \usepackage[final]{hyperref} – ArTourter May 28 '15 at 21:49
  • That is an even better solution, since I want to alter this template as little as possible in achieving my linkage. – j0equ1nn May 28 '15 at 22:32

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