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How to change this TOC hyperlinking script so that the entire paragraph, not just the page number, functions as a hyperlink?
I'm attempting to adapt a script (below) for creating a List of Tables in which each entry functions as a hyperlink within the pdf that, when clicked, takes you to the respective table's page. The script below currently works by identifying a character style — "TOC number" — which is applied only to that portion of each entry [=paragraph] which contains the actual number; the script reads the number, based on the character style, and turns the number into a hyperlink which points to that numbered page in the InDesign file.
(Note that the actual page, in InDesign, is a blank placeholder. The tables — of which there are hundreds — are created in Excel and inserted in Acrobat using "Replace pages..." as the last step of our production process. All of which is to say: Please save your suggestions if they involve using InDesign's automatic TOC features; we already use those extensively, but for the step of the process involving pdfs of Excel tables, it's just not an option —