This is used to hyperlink any references. Right-click on a document and click More, then click Autolink:




In the Link Format box you can add the correct strings of metadata information you want to link to or you can use the Construct Link box to create the string and then select Find Matches: 

  • {{Bundle}/{Tab}} This will look for all references that are linking to a Bundle and Tab i.e. {A/5}.
  • {{Bundle}/{Tab}/{Page}} This will look for all references that are linking to a Bundle, Tab and Page i.e. {A/5/4}.
  • {{Doc_ID}} This will look for all references that are linking to a Document ID i.e. {Opus001}.
  • {{Doc_ID}/{Page}} This will look for all references that are linking to a Document ID and Page i.e. {Opus006/20}.



Using the example {{Doc_ID}}, once you have selected find matches you will be presented with each reference in a table that consists of two metadata fields delimited by curly brackets.  References that have been successfully located will be highlighted in orange and the incorrect references will be highlighted in red:


To activate the hyperlinks once you have found any matches you need to click Create Links. This will turn all successfully linked references green and any incorrect ones will remain red:


At this stage, you can then enter any further string formats to complete the hyperlinking process.