A hyperlink is a piece of text which, when you click on it, takes you to another location in the same worksheet, another worksheet, or a help page. A hyperlink is therefore a navigational tool. By default, Maple displays hyperlinks as underlined dark cyan text. For instance, the Main Menu for this tour contains hyperlinks to each of the twelve topics.
Maple also supports bookmarking. A bookmark is a name that identifies a particular location in a worksheet. You can access a list of bookmarks in the current document by selecting Bookmarks from the View menu. Selecting a bookmark name moves the cursor to the specified location in the worksheet.
Bookmarks are also a prerequisite for creating hyperlinks. Hyperlinks must jump to a location already identified with a bookmark. The following paragraph is an example of a hyperlink that jumps from the current location to the beginning of this document.