Creating a Topic Link
A topic link is a link where a hyperlink is created from a link and a link ID combination. Creating a topic link is a two-step process. First you need to add a topic ID or an A-link keyword to the topic page you want to link to. Then you create a link by referencing the topic ID or the keyword. The topic link text is formatted with a character style that is mapped to LINK, and the topic link ID is formatted with a character style that is mapped to LINKID.
Note The following procedures assume that the character style Link Text is mapped to a LINK, and that the character style Link ID is mapped to an LINKID. All templates and themes installed with Help Producer create these mappings automatically. If you do not use a Help Producer template and theme, you need to establish the style mapping yourself. See the topic Style Mappings for details.
Create a link ID
Create a topic ID
Create an associative index entry
\HP AddKeyword A, keyword' without the quotes. Substitute
keywordwith a unique name of the A-link keyword. For compatibility reasons, you should not use spaces inside the keyword.
Create a topic link
Create a topic link manually