I have a word document, a newsletter, with fully defined headings and a working ToC. In the Navigation panel, all of my headings appear correctly nested. However, when I convert it to a pdf, some of my Level 4 headings appear in the bookmarks list while some do not.
I have checked all the outline settings for the styles I'm using (there are only 4). I have inserted style breaks to break up lines in which two styles appear. I began to suspect that it may have been a structural problem; that I have a tree of
Heading 1 -
Heading 4 -
Heading 2 -
Heading 4 -
Heading 4 beneath one another but again, some of the level 4 headings appear in the bookmarks while others do not.
I can see no difference between those which appear and those which don't. Does anyone have suggestions as to what I can do to solve this?
I'm using Office 365 and Acrobat DC Pro on Windows 7
Update: I have checked all the headings to make sure that they are indeed Headings. I have tried removing and retyping the text to check for strange things which may have been copied in. No change.
Update 2: Cutting the whole section, pasting back as text only and reapplying heading styles seems to have done the trick. At least on one of the misbehaving headings. Thanks @Albin!