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SharpLeaf.AddBookmarkReference Method

Flow text into the current paragraph that will point to a named bookmark (earlier or later set with SetBookmark).

Overloads

Example

   lf.AddBookmarkReference("Conclusions","See conclusions p.{page}.");
  // [...]
   lf.SetBookmark("Conclusions");

Description

Keywords that may be replaced dynamically within argument text :

{page}
Page number of the target bookmark
{title}
Bookmark title as defined by SharpLeaf.SetBookmark

If these keywords need to be used as text, the closing braces can be escaped with a backslash, so that “\}” renders as “}”.

In PDF, the argument text will hyperlink to the bookmark entry.

See also ...

SharpLeaf Members | SharpLeaf.SetBookmark Method


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