clickable links , document example

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Dec 03, 2020

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I am newer to framemaker and i dont use structured framemaker. I want to construct a document that looks like this but much larger; service manuals with clickable links throughout the document.(pdf attached) if i want to incorporate clickable content into other pages. Can i do this in unstructured framemaker, can i take the pdf i extract out of framemaker and do this is another program for time consideration. is using structured dita format the only way to do this. Best training avaialible if this is the case. need some information, how complex does it get if i have a general idea of how to use framemaker but i dont currently construct anything outside of stand alone documentation. 

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Within a single document or .book, FM cross-references are inherently this sort of hypertext in the output. I'm presently doing a project that is rich with them.

But your example document has links doing things like go-to-page and zoom into target. That's apt to be more challenging, and I'm not sure that Structured would make it easier.

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