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How can I create global hyperlinks?

Postby TG5HcnJyUg » Thu, 22 Nov 2007 01:35:02 GMT

Hello all,

I have been working on a network diagram for my company. I want to be able 
to drill down from our overall server floor image to individual racks, by 
inserting hyperlinks into my drawing. However, the hyperlinks seemingly only 
work on my local computer, meaning that others would have to insert the 
hyperlinks themselves.

Is there any way I can place a hyperlink on an object that can be seen 
universally? The drill down function would seem handicapped if there was no 
way to do such.

RE: How can I create global hyperlinks?

Postby TG5HcnJyUg » Thu, 22 Nov 2007 02:21:02 GMT

Note: I think I've developed a workaround. I'm going to insert pages, copy 
and paste drawings, and then hyperlink to the pages through the sub-link 
option. I'm assuming this is the best/only way to do this?





Re: How can I create global hyperlinks?

Postby Paul Herber » Thu, 22 Nov 2007 04:49:52 GMT

On Tue, 20 Nov 2007 08:35:02 -0800, LnGrrrR




Are the documents that you are linking to always in the same folder?
Hyperlinks can either be relative to the current document or they can
have a fixed address. Whichever you use must be consistent with folder
addresses on the appropriate computers.


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Re: How can I create global hyperlinks?

Postby Visiguy » Sun, 25 Nov 2007 04:08:58 GMT




Hi,
You came up with a good solution... keep the diagrams in a single file
and link to the pages instead of to other files.  That avoids the
issue of maintaining the same folder structure on other machines.  We
run Visio demonstrations for rack diagrams where we've structured the
hyperlinks like that.

Regards,
Brett
www.shapesource.com

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