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Defining Popup Windows

You can use popup windows to display brief additional information about a word or phrase, such as a glossary definition for a term in a topic. A popup window displays a link in a topic, which indicates to users they can hover over or click on the link, which displays the additional content. Popup windows streamline the initial content and allow users to choose whether the want to view the additional content.

To create a popup window, writers first create a link in the original text to the content it should display. Writers create this link using the link features in their source document application. Then, the writers can implement the popup window using markers or paragraph styles.

You need to assign popup behavior options to your paragraph and marker styles in your Stationery. For more information about which output formats support this feature, see “Features Available in Each Output Format”.

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