Adding hyperlinks


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Adding hyperlinks

Hyperlinks are essentially buttons. They're hot areas that you can click that take you somewhere. Maybe they take you to a web address or maybe they send an email or take you to a different place in your document. Now, you can apply a hyperlink to either text or an object in InDesign. Let me show you how. First I'm going to zoom-in on this orange frame and I'm going to add a hyperlink to this word, Moo! It seems like an easy one to add one to. To make a hyperlink, I need the Hyperlinks panel and I can find the Hyperlinks panel by choosing the Interactive workspace from either the application bar or Window > Workspace.

When I have the Interactive workspace open, it's easy to find the Hyperlink panel. It's right here. It looks like a little abc with a finger pointing at it. Now to make this into a hyperlink, I choose New Hyperlink from the Hyperlink panel menu. There are various kinds of hyperlinks I can make here, including a URL, file, email, a page link and so on but in...

Adding hyperlinks
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Adding hyperlinks provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS5 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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