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Hyperlinks and Bookmarks

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  • Undo

    Undo
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  • Clipboard

    Clipboard
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    popopo
    dialogboxlauncherFont

    Font
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  • popo
    dialogboxlauncherParagraph

    Paragraph
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  • up
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    Quick Styles
    Styles

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  • Editing

    Editing
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  • Table Style Options

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    Quick Styles
    Table Styles

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    dialogboxlauncherBorders & Shadings

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  • Navigation

    Navigation
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  • Options

    Options
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  • Header from Top:
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    Footer from Bottom:
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    Position

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  • Close

    Close
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  • dialogboxlauncherArrange

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This demo illustrates the built-in hyperlink and bookmark support available within the DevExpress ASP.NET Rich Text Editor (ASPxRichEdit). Once you browse the document, you will notice hyperlinks pointing to external locations or associated with bookmarks in the same document. To create a hyperlink or bookmark, select a position in the document or select a document range and press the Hyperlink or Bookmark command button in the Links group of the ribbon's Insert tab.

In documents, a hyperlink is implemented as a document field of the HYPERLINK field code.

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