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I've exported my Publisher doc to PDF. It has numerous hyperlinks which link to internal pages within the doc. When the PDF is open (I'm using Adobe Acrobat) and you click the links it sometimes "transfers" you to the top of the destination page, and sometimes transfers you to the same "height" as the starting page. For instance, I have a hyperlink at the bottom of every page that links back to the Table of Contents. If I scroll down later in the document so one of these TOC hyperlink is towards the top of the page I'm viewing, when I click it the TOC will be scrolled down as well. Does this make sense?

Is there anything I can do about it? Ideally the destination for a hyperlink would always be the top of the destination page. 

Thanks! 

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Just to clarify, these are hyperlinks to pages, not to some piece of text or some object in the page?


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19 hours ago, Jbones said:

Can I send it to you directly?

I've created you a Dropbox link here to upload the afpub file to :) 

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