Case Scenario Critical Reader - Authoring - Page Navigation - Navigation and Linking

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In order to navigate through the project, pages need to be linked.There are three ways to link pages.

  • Buttons -you can insert a button object into a page; the button can then be customized with your own text. The action of the button - one of them being "Jump to new Page" - can be specified.
  • Back/Next buttons - these preset buttons can be added to your project, they link by default to the previous and next pages (in the outline)that are realtive to the page in which the buttons are added.
  • Actions attached to pictures/text - By highlighting text, or highlighting an image, and then clicking the "Attach Action" button you can attach an action, one of them, again, being "Jump to New Page".

Note: Another option is to chose "Jump Split Page to Pages". This option will be available if an action is added to an object inside a split page and will allow you to simultaneouslynavigate to different right/left child pages inside the split page.




Keywords:CSCR case scenario critical reader builder page navigation and linking   Doc ID:36037
Owner:Emmanuel C.Group:Learn@UW Madison
Created:2013-12-16 12:27 CDTUpdated:2016-03-01 10:50 CDT
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