And since you published the document as pdf, the path for the Microsoft Word document is no longer valid. Our other Table of Contents items (not coming from text boxes) work well since they are relative links.
All we need to do is change a single line of code that is blocking our links from directing properly.1.
The process has always been to 1.) move the files, 2.) update the links, 3.) rename the files, and 4.) update the links again. There is a tool that can help: One of its features: Migration of documents when a server is renamed or replaced and all Excel spreadsheet links need updating. Using the "Change Source" button within the Edit Links screen did not work.
I am having trouble converting a Table of Contents in Word to PDF so that all the hyperlinks work.Go to the item that has a problem and right-click on it.2.Select “Toggle field codes” This displays our page code:3. We need to make the first line identical to the second line, like so (remove the absolute path and convert it in to a relative link): Now we can save our file as a PDF and the issue should be resolved.1. If the issue isn’t solved, try saving and closing your document, then reopen it to publish your PDF file.2.Another issue I have with this solution is that my Word document has 100 links, and trying to change the source file for each one would take a considerable amount of time. Pay attention to how path name is formed and use \ as a path delimiter. After that select everything with Ctrl-A and press F9 to update all the links.After you import or link Word documents to your Robo Help project, you generate Help topics based on the project settings.