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Dear Omni and Forum members,

The Omni team has done a great job with the new HTML export capabilities within OO. However, I believe one feature is sorely missed - that of a table of contents generated at the beginning of the HTML export with link to the various sections as they appear (to their level of expansion) in the side-bar. This feature would allow for the marvelous translation of the OO side-bar available in the Professional edition to an exported file. This is specially useful for large documents and documents that are more technical in nature. It would be great if this feature were considered since it would make for an amazing HTML exported file and easier use of OO for development of web-based documents.

Thank you,
UC_Student.
 
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