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CDF Index

Postby Tom_DeVries » Wed Sep 12, 2012 11:27 pm

Hello everyone.

I'm trying to bundle together a set of notebooks for my math class. Together, they form a unit of study.

I've looked very hard at the information presented by Eric Schulz at the technology conference.

Building an index to seamlessly navigate between a group of files would be a valuable resource.

Has anyone done this, or managed to use Eric's methods successfully?

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Re: CDF Index

Postby Kathy_Bautista » Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:00 pm

Hi Tom,

While I haven't created an index exactly like the one presented by Eric Schulz, below is a sample notebook that includes a header (docked cell) that hyperlinks to different section cells throughout the document. ... thLinks.nb

One way to approach this would be to change this docked cell so the hyperlinks open different files and then include this docked cell in each of the files to create a uniform "index".

Has anyone else created an index using a different approach?

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