Adding hyperlinks

Hyperlinks are one of the most significant differences between printed pages and Web pages. A Web page can contain hyperlinks to other Web pages or other parts of the same page. When you click a hyperlink, the Web browser takes you to the destination of the link. Hyperlinks can be invisible or appear as specially marked text or images on the page, depending on the page design and the viewing application. In PageMaker, the Hyperlinks palette makes it easy to create links. Hyperlinks you create will be active in your final document whether you export it to PDF or HTML.

One of the most important uses of a link is navigation. When a publication is on paper, navigating through it is simply a matter of physically turning pages. On ...

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