How do I add a link between a table of contents to a subheading within a single page?

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harry / 5 Points
2012-07-26 5:53 pm EST
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On the main page of, just below the heading there is a list of six blue subheadings. Each one corresponds to a subheading within the following document. I want to to be able to click on the blue subheadings and jump to that same heading within the document. How do I establish a link between the two?

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16,427 Points
2012-07-26 6:30 pm EST
Hello Harry,

If you want to jump within the same page, you need to use what are called ANCHORS. In the Builder, you can find a really good step by step guide for the ANCHOR by clicking on HELP, then searching for ANCHOR. Here's a quick summary of what they will also show you how to do:

1)Basically, you designate your menu items at the top as ANCHORS using the menu items in the EDIT page (you have to designate each line as an anchor)

2) Go to the text it's jumping to and highlight all or a portion of it, and then select INSERT/EDIT LINK.

3)When you open the INSERT/EDIT LINK page, go to LINK TYPE and select LINK to anchor in text Identify the anchor you setup in step 1

This will create the jumps you want. If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.


Arnel C.

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