Underlined  hyperlink examples
 
Double-click or single-click these hyperlinks to activate them, depending on which option you selected in Main menu ⁄ View ⁄ Options ⁄ Hyperlinks (double-click is the default). See also Activating (following) hyperlinks. Please note that TreePad Viewer activates hyperlinks by single-click.
 
 
Example:
This hyperlink points to a node inside this manual. It will return you to the direct parent node of this node:
Creating underlined hyperlinks
 
 
Example:
This hyperlink will open C:\WINDOWS\NOTEPAD.EXE for you (but only when that file is present on your system, and in that exact location):
NOTEPAD.EXE
Hyperlinks to files in this manual are examples only and cannot be guaranteed to function correctly, since the actual path of the file may differ with each situation.
 
 
Example:
The link directly below points to an anchor placed at the bottom of this article. An anchor is a marker which can be placed anywhere in a TreePad article and to which you can link. Anchors are not visible by default, but you can make them appear using the options screen (article display options). After double-clicking the link below, notice that the cursor has moved to the bottom part of this article. If necessary, after following a link to an anchor, the article will be scrolled.
Click this is a link to go to the bottom of this article


Example:
This  hyperlink will open the Freebyte Web site if you are connected to the Internet: www.freebyte.com
 
 
Example:
This  hyperlink will open the netscape.public newsgroup  if you are connected to the Internet: netscape.public
 
 
Example:
This is an example of  a user-defined hyperlink to a ficticious https Web site: login.secure.com
 
 
Example:
This example executes a Windows command-line ("iexplore" -k www.treepad.com):
Open TreePad.com in Internet Explorer kiosk mode
 
Underlined hyperlinks to external targets such as files, WWW, news, mail, FTP are preserved when a subtree or TreePad file containing them is imported into the current file, and when the current subtree is exported to a standalone TreePad file, or exported to a Web site.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This line is needed to illustrate the anchor link above. Anchor placed here.
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