1500[NTB] Hyperlink Headings
- Aug 1, 1998I should have done this a long time ago. Thanks for the push
Clifford! copy everything between the 'start' 'end' lines and
use Add from Clipboard (right click menu) to get it into a
Clipbook. Start with the Outline you want as your active
document. The clip will copy the Headings to a new doc &
hyperlink them. You then have an index that you can format (I
usually try to get several on each line - otherwise it's just as
easy to scroll the Heading area). Copy the index back into the
Outline & you can get to the Headings by putting your cursor
inside the brackets & pressing Ctrl+G or mark Quick Open Links in
the Tools menu so you can double click. If you wanted to use a
text file to index several Outlines, we would just need to make a
small change in the way it formats the hyperlinks.
---------< start clip >---------
^!IfTrue ^$IsOutlineDoc$ Continue
^!Info The current document is not an Outline
^!Skip Press 'Yes' to copy Headings from ^**
^!KeyBoard SHIFT+F6 SHIFT+F10 T
^!ToolBar New Document
^!KeyBoard CTRL+V BACKSPACE ] CTRL+Home [
^!Replace "^P" >> "]^P[" WAS
---------< end clip >---------
IfTrue - check if Outline doc - jump to :Continue if is
advise & end if not
Skip - show doc name - select 'Yes' if it's the right one
ends if you select 'No'
SHIFT+F6 Shift+F10 T (HeadingArea RightClick CopyHeadings)
CTRL+V (paste) BACKSPACE (get rid of extra line)
(insert ]) CTRL+Home (top of doc) (insert [)
Replace end of line '^P' with ]+new end of line+[ ']^P['
FocusDoc - put cursor back in document area
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