Making and Ordering Internal Project Links
 
You can make connections among highlights and/or documents in their various highlight windows by creating internal projects links.
Making Links Among Highlights and/or Documents:
  1. You can make links among highlights and/or documents using their various highlight windows.

  2. Click to select two highlights to open their two highlight windows—on an image document click to select a highlight using the “hand” tool located on the left-hand side of the document toolbar to open its highlight window; on a text document simply use your cursor to click to select a highlight to open its highlight window (note you'll have to "check out" the document to access editing tools).

  3. Click, drag and drop the link-chain icon at the lower-right corner of one highlight window into the “Drop Link Here” space of the other highlight window. You'll see the link appear in both windows.

  4. You can also drag and drop the link-chain icons on the right-hand side of primary document items included in the Table of Contents primary document manager.

 

Here’s an example of how you can rearrange the order links appear in highlight windows by manipulating the order and "direction" (from one highlight to another) the links are originally made in:

Deleting Annotations and Links from a Highlight:

  1. Select a highlight to open its highlight window; the video above demonstrates this on a text document—on an image document click to select a highlight using the “hand” tool located on the left-hand side of the document toolbar to open the highlight window (note you'll have to "check out" the document to access editing tools).

  2. Click the “x” button on the right-hand side of the tile of the annotation or link you’d like to delete from the highlight.

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