Not all hyperlinks in a Microsoft Word document are retained in the final output after the automated composition process. Typefi Hyperlinks are a special type of hyperlink that make sure the hyperlink destination is retained in the final output.
When you type an email or web address, Word automatically converts it to a hyperlink. These hyperlinks are retained in the final document after Typefi’s page composition process.
However, hyperlinks to paragraphs or bookmarks are not retained in the final document; you must insert these types of hyperlinks as Typefi Hyperlinks.
In summary, standard Microsoft Word hyperlinks point to email and web addresses. They are retained in the final output. Hyperlinks to paragraphs and bookmarks are not retained; you must insert them as Typefi Hyperlinks.
|Standard Word hyperlinks||Typefi Hyperlinks|
|Target destination||Email addresses, web addresses||Paragraph styles, bookmarks|
NOTE If you are linking to a paragraph style or bookmark in a different document, the workflow must be attached to that document too.