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Lesson 10. PDF Web page > Importing URL anchors

Importing URL anchors

You can also import a list of URLs into the Hyperlinks palette, such as a browser's Bookmarks file. In this project, a URL you need is already available from a file.

  1. Choose Import URLs from File from the Hyperlinks palette menu, select the file 10URL1.htm in the 10Project folder, and then click Open. The URLs in the file appear in the Hyperlinks palette after the existing URLs.


    Figure .


    Tip

    If you want to see the contents of the 10URL1.htm file, you can open it in a text-editing application.


  2. With the text tool still selected, click an insertion point after the words Biological Diversity, and then press Return or Enter. Type Endangered Species, and then select the words you just typed.

  3. Click the globe icon for the URL that ends in /es.htm. Name a new source called To Endangered Species page, and then click OK. Deselect the text.

  4. Save 10Work.p65.

    Tip

    If you have an active Internet connection, you can import URLs directly from a Web page by choosing Import URLs from Web from the Hyperlinks palette menu and typing the location of the page containing the URLs.



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