Hello Adobe friends!
I was wondering if there is any way to count the hyperlinks you've made in a document? I made text anchors to link "questions" and "answers" back and forth in a book and a gloassry at the back of the book that I linked to text anchors thoughout the book. I was wondering if there's any way of counting these without actually going through the whole 300 page document and manually counting them? Hopefully this makes sense! Thanks. I'm also working with inDesign 6 on a Mac.
In InDesign go to the scripts panel, on WIN you can open it using (Windows>Utilities>Scripts) i don't have access to my MAC at the moment but you can find the panel it will be in the same place or some search can get you there.
Hope this helps
Were you able to get the script running and did it solve your problem?
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What was the error? Did you use the ESTK to make the script or just a text editor? If it was just a text editor, make sure that the file is saved as plain text only not RTF as is the case in many editors.