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Inserting anchor

 
An anchor object allows users to leapfrog to a specific point within a help topic. It saves them the need to scroll and skim read – and makes navigation easier.
You should place it just before the point on the page where you would like to create the shortcut to.
You can insert an anchor into your topic by clicking the arrow button next to the Variable button and selecting the Anchor... menu option or use Ctrl+Shift+F5 shortcut.
 
 
 
Dr.Explain displays the following dialog:
Inserting anchor
1

Anchor name

1. Anchor name
Specify the anchor name here. You will use it when creating a link that points to this point of the topic.
2

ОК button

2. ОК buttonClick the OK button to accept the changes and insert an anchor.
3

Cancel button

3. Cancel buttonPress to close the dialog and to discard the changes.
 
After you click OK, the following sign will appear in the Content Editor: . To edit the anchor, double-click this sign.
 
To delete anchor, click it and press the Delete button or right-click it and select the Remove menu option from the pop-up menu.
 
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