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Topic: Using hyperlinks to move to computations and back to text
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Kevin J. McCann

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Re: Using hyperlinks to move to computations and back to text
Posted: Feb 3, 2013 8:20 PM
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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.


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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