Re: hyperlink style question

Subject: Re: hyperlink style question
From: Wayne Douglass <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 1997 10:30:14 -0700

At 01:09 PM 8/21/97 -0400, Alexia Prendergast wrote:
>Dilemma: The blue text, quotes, and page numbers seem like
>overkill. Our audience is used to online stuff -- should we just
>use the blue text and get rid of the quotation marks and page
>numbers? (since they can just select the link and go to that
>section) Or should I keep them in there for the one or two users
>who might print the darn thing out?
To satisfy both audiences, how about:
'To create a process' on page 16 <in hyperlink blue text>

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