The HyperLibrary plug-in enables you to create and manipulate hyperlinks in PageMaker 6.5 publications using scripts. This archive contains the HyperLibrary plug-in (HyperLib.add), the HyperLibrary Include file (HyperLib.inc), a HyperLibrary Script Command and Query Reference Guide (HyperLib ReadMe), and the following sample scripts:
- The Add Cont'd Link script, which creates a hyperlink to the previous and/or future text block of a selected text block that is part of a threaded story.
- The Add URLs to Palette script, which searches the current text selection or all text in the current publication (if no text is selected) for URLs and automatically adds them to the Hyperlinks palette.
- The HyperMenu script, which creates an outline of paragraphs in the current story to which an HTML header style is applied.
- The HyperTOC script, which creates a table of contents with hyperlinks that can be exported to HTML.
- The Relink Sources script, which relinks one or all of an anchor's sources to a different anchor. Note, however, that when using this script, the current selection may be lost.
- The Remove Unused Anchors script, which identifies all anchors and URLs to which no sources are linked, then removes these from the Hyperlinks palette.
NOTE: This update is only for English language versions of Adobe PageMaker 6.5x.
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Adobe PageMaker 6.5x for the Macintosh (English language versions only)
1. Quit PageMaker.
2. Copy the HyperLib.add file file into the Plugins folder in the RSRC folder in the Adobe PageMaker 6.5 folder.
3. Copy the HyperLib.inc file and the six script files (Add Cont'd Link, Add URLs to Palette, HyperMenu, HyperTOC, Relink Sources, and Remove Unused Anchors) into the Adobe PageMaker 6.5:RSRC:Plugins:Scripts:Online folder.
4. Restart PageMaker. To access the new script files, open the Online folder in the Scripts palette.
The HyperLibrary plug-in will not appear under the Utilities > Plug-ins menu in PageMaker. To use the features of the HyperLibrary plug-in, run one of the six script files included, or create your own script that uses the commands or queries of the HyperLibrary plug-in.
Any script that uses HyperLibrary script commands requires that the HyperLib.inc file be in the same folder as the script. If you create a script in (or move a script to) a folder other than the Scripts folder, copy the HyperLib.inc file from the Scripts folder to the folder that contains your script.
For an introduction to scripts, see pages 467-469 of the Adobe PageMaker 6.5 User Guide. For detailed information on writing scripts, see the online Script Language Help file (Slguide.hlp), which is located in the Adobe PageMaker 6.5:RSRC folder. If the Slguide.hlp file is missing, run the PageMaker 6.5 Setup program. Choose a custom installation, and install only the Adobe PageMaker 6.5 component.
For further PageMaker 6.5 scripting resources, see document 116230, "Support for PageMaker's Scripting Feature."
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