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1.10.13 Setting Up Hyperlinks

Menu items for setting up hyperlinks.

A hyperlink is a special kind of button which jumps to another part of a notebook when it is pressed. Typically hyperlinks are indicated in Mathematica by blue or underlined text.
To set up a hyperlink, you first go to wherever you want the destination of the hyperlink to be. Then you choose the menu item Create Hyperlink . This places on the clipboard a specification of the hyperlink.
You can then go to another part of your notebook, and paste this specification, thereby setting up a hyperlink.