Setting up anchors for the rest of the publication

There is more than one way to create a large set of hyperlinks. You could continue working the way you have in this lesson so far, which is to create an anchor, a source to it, another anchor, and then another source. However, it is often better to create all the anchors first and then all the sources. If you set up publication anchors first, they all appear listed in the Hyperlinks palette, available for any sources you want to create. You'll use the latter method in this project.

You will be creating an anchor for each page, so it makes sense that each anchor should have the same name as each page title. You continue creating each source from each page title by copying and pasting each page ...

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