Hyperlinks Tab of Document Options Window
Hyperlinks tab of Document Options window
lets you control creation of hyperlinks in output Flash documents.
Extract parsable hyperlinks option specifies if Print2Flash should parse hyperlinks out of document text. If a
document contains a valid text string that looks like a URL, Print2Flash can
convert this string to a hyperlink which is clickable and opens the specified
URL when clicked. See Hyperlinks help topic for more information.
You may also retain hyperlinks from original documents for some types of
documents without parsing them. This allows preserving hyperlinks present in
original source documents. Currently Microsoft Word, Microsoft
PowerPoint and PDF document types are supported by this method. You may turn or
off this feature for each type of document using Extract hyperlinks from MS
Word documents, Extract hyperlinks from MS PowerPoint documents and
Extract hyperlinks from PDF documents checkboxes. See
Hyperlinks help topic for more information.
Link target set of controls lets you choose the target frame or
browser window in which links should be opened:
- Use target from source documents option tells Print2Flash to
retain the target specified for these links in source documents. For
example, if a link in the source document is specified with
_self target, the same target will be used in the
output Flash document. If a source document does not specify the target for
a link or a link was parsed from the document
text, _blank target is used.
- Use fixed target option makes all links open in the same target
window specified in the field displayed next to this option. If a source document
specifies another target for a link, this target is overridden with this
field value. The field offers the following choices:
You may also type another frame or window name in this field.
- _blank - open links in
a new blank window;
- _parent - open links in the
immediate parent of the document the link is in;
- _self -
open links in the window in which the
link was clicked (the active window);
- _top - open links in the topmost