In general, you don't want this. But we have some manual that have an
index consisting of a list of functions. In these cases, it would be
preferable to have the function name hyperlinked as well.
Is there any automatic way of doing this?
Art Campbell wrote:
> This really isn't something you'd want to do as a default, because
> this type of link would only work if the index string is only used
> once -- a single entry. As soon at you use the same term on two or
> more pages, which is the usual situation in a good index, where does
> the link from the term go?
> If you want to kludge it for single entries, set up a cross-ref or a
> hypertext link from the text entry to where ever the main term is
> Art Campbell
> art.campbell at gmail.com
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> DoD 358
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 12:16 PM, Shmuel Wolfson <shmuelw1 at gmail.com>
>> When I make an index in FM, only the page number is hyperlinked.
>> Someone asked me to make the text in the index also hyperlinked.
>> Is this possible, and if so, how would I do this?
>> Shmuel Wolfson
>> Technical Writer
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