Re: blue link special
>Do you blue link folks leave your index and toc links black?^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Yep. The little pointy finger plus the bookmarks are familiar navigation
devices. The blue cross references keep them from getting lost in the text
and are familiar hyperlink indicators.
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