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Following links

In a PDF document, you don't always have to view pages in sequence. You can jump immediately from one section of a document to another using custom navigational aids such as links.

One benefit of placing a document online is that you can convert traditional cross-references into links, which users can use to jump directly to the referenced section or file. For example, you can make each item under the Contents list into a link that jumps to its corresponding section. You can also use links to add interactivity to traditional book elements such as glossaries and indexes. In this lesson you'll follow links; in later lessons, you'll create links.


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