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Using Hypertext Links

If you have used an online help system of any kind or surfed around on the World Wide Web, you’re already familiar with hypertext links. A link on a web page to a URL is essentially the same thing as a hypertext link. You can click on a link on a web page that takes you to a new URL. In an online help system, you can click on an information topic and you are taken to another screen with information about that topic.

Hypertext links are helpful to link information in documents and get you to that information quickly. How does this relate to tables of contents or other lists in FrameMaker? Suppose that you created a table of contents for a 400-page book that you are reviewing in final production.


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