The approach you choose depends on whether the complete URL is available in the text of your document or not. This character tag does not need any formatting; you can set all of its properties to As Is. The tag identifies URLs that need to be converted. But make sure that you do not apply it to the period at the end of that sentence, or the period will be part of the hyperlink. The new character tag WebJump is now listed in your character mappings.
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That is one of the many advantages to creating source documents in FrameMaker. This saves you lots of time later after source information is in Acrobat format. A link on a Web page is essentially the same thing as a hypertext link. You can click a Web page link that takes you to a new URL. Hypertext links are helpful to link information in online documents and get you to that information quickly.
I focus on a few practical techniques that you can use to create the following types of hyperlinks: Clickable cross-references Hypertext links in generated files tables of contents, indexes and other lists Links to URLs Graphical button links Cross-References One of the fastest and easiest methods to create hypertext links in FrameMaker that works in PDF is to use cross-references. Instant hypertext links will not be activated using PDFWriter.
The insertion cursor changes to a hand with a pointing finger. Click one time. Acrobat jumps to and displays the source information, whether in the current file or in a different file. Keep in mind that when cross-reference sources are contained in external documents, those documents must also be in PDF format in order for hypertext links to work.
If they are not, you will get an error message that the source file does not exist. When creating online documents, keep filenames and paths the same. For example, if a cross-reference links to external source document filename. The name of the resulting file should be filename. After the files are converted to PDF, the cross-reference automatically looks for filename. If you change the name to something other then the original name, the cross-reference link does not work.
All platforms: Make a View-Only document by pressing in sequence, Esc F l k; then click the cross-reference link. Esc F l k toggles between View-Only and Editable.
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Create FrameMaker Clickable Hyperlinks that Work in Acrobat