Creating links

Creating links

You can create several types of links in a document:

  • A link to another document or to a file, such as a graphic, movie, PDF, or sound file. (See Linking files and documents.)
  • A named anchor link, which jumps to a specific location within a document. (See Linking to a specific place in a document.)
  • An e-mail link, which creates a new blank e-mail message with the recipient’s address already filled in. (See Creating an e-mail link.)
  • Null and script links, which enable you to attach behaviors to an object or to create a link that executes JavaScript code. (See Creating null and script links.)


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