I am using Microsoft HTML Workshop and Microsoft Word to create an HTML Help File. Is there any way to put hotspots/hperlinks on my images in Word and have them work in the compiled HTML Workshop file? If not is there a tool that i can use to do this which creates hotspots as html code?
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This tutorial demonstrates how to identify and create boundary or building outlines in Google Maps. In this example, I outline the boundaries of an enclosed skatepark within a community park.
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