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Re: How to create links or bookmarks to jump to sections inside a notebook

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  • From: Jason Ebaugh <ebaughjason at gmail.com>
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Select the cell that you want to link to. In the menu, go Cell>>Cell Tags>> Add/Remove Cell Tags. Add a tag to that cell.

Make the hyperlink like so:
[In]:  Hyperlink["Go", {SelectedNotebook[], "TagOnDestinationCell"}]


Of course, swap "TagOnDestinationCell" with whatever tag you used.

If your picture is in a different .nb, you will need to link there, rather than to SelectedNotebook[].



Jason

Jason Ebaugh
jasonebaugh[at]jasonebaugh.info



On Wednesday, August 29, 2012 12:20:42 AM UTC-5, luke wallace wrote:
> I'm trying to make an interactive e-book in mathematica.
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> I know how to hyperlink to jump from one notebook to another, or to a helpfile in mathematica using 'hyperlink' symbol http://reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/Hyperlink.html
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> but how do I make text click-able which will make it jump to a certain picture inside the nb.
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> So for example if I have a cell of text that has the text "Figure 1.1" so mewhere in there, I need to be able to click the "Figure 1.1" text like a hyperlink to jump to the figure which is in the same lengthy notebook but in a different section. Is it possible?
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> If it is possible, how would I make a stylesheet that would automatically interlink textual "Figure X.X" with the actual picture (by tagging the picture), and then clicking the picture would jump back to the text?



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