Yes, it's possible. Easiest if the output is WebHelp or FlashHelp.
What is your output type? If it's WebHelp or FlashHelp, do you want the full TOC and Toolbar visible?
Wow, that was fast. Thanks for your reply. My output is WebHelp, and I do not want the full TOC and Toolbar visible.
Thanks so much.
Then the process should be pretty straightforward and simple. Insert the bookmark on the page where you wish to link. Then create the link that points to the URL of the page followed by a #BookmarkName.
For example, I have a sample page at the link below:
So I create a link pointing to the page at the bookmark at the link below:
See if that makes sense... Rick
I think this is making sense, Rick. My developer thinks it will work.
Thanks so much for your help. BTW, I love your questions and answers. Nice way to start my day this morning.
Have a great day.