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Part VI: Appendixes > Three Kinds of PQA

D.2. Three Kinds of PQA

There are essentially three levels of complexity in PQAs, corresponding to the complexity of the Internet server with which they communicate.

D.2.1. Self-Contained

Although few people realize it, the PQA format is ideal for creating electronic documents that don't connect to the Internet at all. Instead of using the Doc electronic-book format described in Chapter 10, consider creating a PQA for this purpose. The huge advantage is that, unlike plain-text Doc files, a PQA can contain pictures, a wide variety of text formatting, layout formatting such as tables and headers—and, best of all, hyperlinks. These links, in the form of buttons or underlined text, can link to other spots within the same document or even to other PQAs.


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