Links, Anchors, Macros, Scripts and HTML

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Links, Anchors, Macros, Scripts and HTML

Links, more properly referred to as "hyperlinks", are the main feature that makes electronic help so much more useful and flexible than printed documentation. Hyperlinks allow you to refer directly to related information, creating a non-linear "web" of information that is much better at describing complex programs and processes than linear documentation.

Another subject covered in this section is Help+Manual's function for editing and inserting plain or "inline" HTML code in your help files. If you know how to code HTML you can use this function to add features and formatting with scripts and blocks of code.


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Supported link types

Inserting links:
Topic | Internet | File | Script

Editing and formatting links

Linking to other projects and help files

Inserting HTML code objects

Linking to WebHelp projects