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When Scrivener Links can be Compiled
Depending upon the file format used , when compiling your work into a single file, Scrivener Links can be a feature that reside entirely within the realm of Scrivener, being stripped out of the final product, or something that can be used for linking (or referencing) that your readers can make use of. Some examples range from tables of content, cross-references, hyperlinks to the web, and more.
When compiling, unless the target format (such as RTF, PDF and HTML) supports point-to-point linking, they will be stripped from the output, and thus are handy for inserting useful links for your own purposes. For those formats that do support link- ing, you can opt-out of this behaviour in the Transformations compile option pane (subsection 24.15.2), by selecting “Remove all hyperlinks”.
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