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For the studio you may need to do a Ctrl run-up of Publisher, or possibly (I haven't tried) View > Studio > Reset Studio.

I would expect the hyperlinks to export automatically when you export a PDF but I haven't tried that yet.


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2 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

For the studio you may need to do a Ctrl run-up of Publisher, or possibly (I haven't tried) View > Studio > Reset Studio.

Thanks, had to do Crtl run-up, reset studio didn't work.

2 hours ago, walt.farrell said:

I would expect the hyperlinks to export automatically when you export a PDF but I haven't tried that yet

I was in a hurry and didn't explain well enough. Hyperlinks export and work unless it is in a TOC. According to the announcement of version  1.7.8.238

Additionally if you create a TOC or Index and request hyperlinks on export the TOC or Index will be furnished with hyperlinks as appropriate.

If you either update TOC or let AP update when you do an export the hyperlink in the TOC goes away. If you export without doing the update it looks like a hyperlink but, doesn't work.

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You're correct. Reset Studio allows the new Hyperlinks pane to be used. Of course, it also destroys all the previous work of setting up the UI. Think it would be good to be able to Save studio setups like in other software. 

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