Hyperlinks and Bookmarks

When clicked, a hyperlink (or link) causes the user to jump from the current Web page to another in the same site, to a completely different site, or to another spot on the current Web page. Bookmarks (or anchors) are points on a given Web page that have been set as the target of a hyperlink. Bookmarks and hyperlinks can be assigned to either text or images. When assigned to an image, the area that the user can click is called a hotspot.

You can create bookmarks, hyperlinks, and hotspots using controls on the Internet toolbar (Figure 17.24) or the Object Properties docker (Figure 17.25).

Figure 17.24. Although the Internet toolbar opens above the property bar, you can drag it to any convenient position in the drawing ...

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