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I have a document in Acrobat which is a Flowchart with linked definitions.
The flowchart is on one page and definitions are listed below. The problem
is when a user clicks on the definition link and goes to the definition
page, several definitions are listed, creating confusion as to which
definition they are reading.
Does anyone have a suggestion for a better way to do this? Put each
definition on it's own page? Right now I am putting enormous paragraph
spacing between each definition with a 'back to Flowchart' link under the
definition, but sometimes even with outrageous spacing between them, you can
still view the definition underneath.
If someone has any expertise for me, it would be very greatly appreciated!
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