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Topic Title: Linking to documents within a Binder
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Created On: 11/29/2012 9:07 AM
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Answer This question was answered by CS Gleb, on Friday, November 30, 2012 11:33 PM

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You should be able to add a link from a table cell (or from a property list cell) to a subsection in E-Notebook. The following instructions from E-Notebook User's Guide should work for both sections and subsections:

Help -> Working with E-Notebook -> Getting Data into E-Notebook -> Working with Tables -> Creating a Reference within a Table Cell.

Please right-click on a subsection for "Copy Section" command. You can then "Paste Reference" into a table cell (or into a property list cell) which creates the link from this cell to that particular subsection.

Using the Ctrl+click on the link will display the subsection you have referenced.

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SRSDRM

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We have noticed that we can create a link from an experiment to another section in another experiment but we have not been able to create a link from an experiment to a sub-section (i.e. a contained document) within a particular binder section. Is there a way to link to a document/subsection that is contained within a binder section?

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You should be able to add a link from a table cell (or from a property list cell) to a subsection in E-Notebook. The following instructions from E-Notebook User's Guide should work for both sections and subsections:

Help -> Working with E-Notebook -> Getting Data into E-Notebook -> Working with Tables -> Creating a Reference within a Table Cell.

Please right-click on a subsection for "Copy Section" command. You can then "Paste Reference" into a table cell (or into a property list cell) which creates the link from this cell to that particular subsection.

Using the Ctrl+click on the link will display the subsection you have referenced.



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Edited: 12/1/2012 at 12:32 AM by CS Gleb

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