Set and Edit Hyperlink Destinations in InDesign


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Setting and editing hyperlink destinations

In the last movie I introduced you to the idea of creating a text anchor destination. A text anchor is a type of shared destination and they're really helpful. But there are two kinds of other hyperlink destinations as well, URL and page destinations. For example, I have my interactive catalog open from the exercise files folder and I'm going to select this group on the first page. Then I'll open my hyperlinks panel and you'll notice that a hyperlink was selected automatically for me. That's because this hyperlink is assigned to this group. Remember, groups act as single objects in InDesign so that you can assign a hyperlink to an entire group of objects.

Now I can see up here at the top of the hyperlinks panel that this is pointing to RAAMD.com and it's inside this group of hyperlinks down here. That group is called Main Roux website, and the fact that it's inside this group means that these are all pointing to the same place, the same URL, and that this group Main Roux webs...

Setting and editing hyperlink destinations
Video duration: 4m 25s 2h 22m Intermediate Updated Jan 17, 2014

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Setting and editing hyperlink destinations provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign Insider Training: Interactive PDFs

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Design
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InDesign
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