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Re: Using hyperlinks to move to computations and back to text


You have to label the cell where the code is. Then create the hyperlink 
to that label. You can then use the Back arrow (click on 
Window->ShowToolbar). It is the little left-pointing thingy at the end 
of the toolbar.

Kevin

On 2/3/2013 2:52 AM, David Latin wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am using M9 to take notes from an online course, writing into a Text
> cell, but occasionally I want to be able to use a hyperlink at a place in
> the text to jump to some illustrative computation code in the same
> notebook.  At the end of that code there should be another hyperlink to
> jump back to the original text position.
>
> I can do this procedure manually (tediously) of course, but has anyone
> formulated some more automated procedure for this please?
>
> It would be really efficient if a "button" can be clicked to input the
> label for the hyperlink that jumps to the computation code, while dividing
> the current text cell just below the cursor and inserting a new cell, in
> order to assign a tag to this new cell for returning from the computation
> code.  Another "button" would create a new hyperlink after the code, in
> order to jump back to the text.
>
> Or is there a better solution for effectively typing-up a textbook with
> hyperlinks for illustrative example detours?
>
> Any help would be much appreciated.
> David
>



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