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hypertext

A link—typically displayed as (blue) coloured, underlined text—incorporated in an electronic document that permits internet browsers to immediately open another document in the same or another website.
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Otherwise, they are prompted for selective, printer or hot links installation, or eXit to DOS.
Included with the book is a CD-ROM containing interactive tools to help readers implement the five-step process and to help in the calculation of important variables, including control limits, inventory turns, many Internet hot links, and value-added ratios.
The product reportedly transforms static PDF into SVG pages, multi-level table of contents, hot links and searchable content.
The companion book to Hot Links Hot Linksby the same author, More Hot Links will help make book selection easy.
First, they have not yet figured out how to make DirectAdvertiser carry pictures, sound or "click-thru" hot links. For the moment, the pop-ups are limited to text messages which, depending on their content, could put new meaning into a serious business proposal if they pop into view during a PowerPoint presentation.
The menu bar across the top and the hot links to major content areas and specific topics provide multiple ways to access information.
* PMA 2002 exhibitor list with hot links to key exhibitors
www.seaklear.com offers completely updated look, dealer-locator section and direct hot links to dealers selling Sea-Klear online; professional section offers technical assistance
It also lists hot links at the DrPEN Web site that patients can use to obtain education materials from other sites.
The specific resources offered for each core topic in the Science Collections include videos, CD-ROMs created exclusively for classroom use, student books, teacher resource books and Web modules with hot links. Discovery Channel School, Bethesda, MD, (301) 986-0444, www.discovery.com.
Not only will you find a great new design and easier access but new full text resources and hot links to web sites recommended in the print journal.
In addition, the Adobe Acrobat Reader software is freely distributed, basic PDF files are inexpensive to produce, hot links to other documents or Web sites can be embedded, and there is little training required.