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Lesson 14. Hypertext and PDF > Adding navigation buttons

Adding navigation buttons

A reader moves through a FrameMaker 7.0 hypertext system by scrolling, by using commands on the Navigation menu, by using commands on the context menu that appears after a right-click (a Control-click on the Mac OS), or by clicking specially prepared active areas.

You’ve already seen that FrameMaker 7.0 creates several types of active areas automatically—cross-references and entries in generated TOCs and indexes automatically become active when they are in a view-only document. However, there are other types of hypertext commands you can create yourself that can help users navigate in a hypertext system.


  

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