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- How do I Get a Permanent Link to a Title?
How do I Get a Permanent Link to a Title?
There are a few different places from which you can obtain the URL to a title in HeinOnline. From any of these locations, which are outlined below, you can right click on the title and select either “copy shortcut” (IE) or “copy link address” (Chrome), or another similar prompt as is applicable to your browser. You can then paste the link wherever you need to; whether into a cataloging tool or where required when using your browser’s bookmarking features. You may also choose a bookmark or add the link to your favorites directly from the right-click menu options.
Catalog Search: You can right click on the title from the list of results generated by using the Catalog Search feature.
Collection Index Page: You can right click on the title from the index list inside any collection’s home page.
Navigation Trail: Or, you can right click on the title name from the navigation trail once you are working on the title itself.
Permalink Icon: If you are working on the title itself, you can click on the permalink icon.
This will produce a box with a link to the exact page you are viewing. You can then copy and paste the link as needed.
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