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dtuleta [Using Zone Source]
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dtuleta [Zone Types: Overview]
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 === Anchor: === === Anchor: ===
  
-An **Anchor** type is to be used with the link typeThe link in the document will present the user with the anchor when the link is selected. Users will select the zone where they want the link, and change the field from text to link. Users should copy and paste the URL from the actual website in order to anchor ​the link in the proper zone. The link will then become active and clickable in the exported document. Anchors can also be used for anchoring pages to a table of contents.+An **Anchor** type is to be used with links ​Copy ​the URL and paste it in the anchor ​field. Anchors can also be used for anchoring pages to a table of contents.
  
 === Ignore: === === Ignore: ===
  
-Select **Ignore** to hide zones in the exported document. This is a useful feature for errors in the original document, repeated or irrelevant content.+Select **Ignore** to hide zones, repeated, inaccurate ​or irrelevant content.
  
 === Blockquote: === === Blockquote: ===
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-Select **Graphic** to indicate that a zone is a graphic ​and to generate an image of the graphic in the HTML output. The graphic zone type can be used on any logo, symbol, formula, diagram, etc. that does not qualify as an image. Add alt text or a long description to help text-to-speech tools explain the graphic.+Select **Graphic** to indicate that a zone is a graphic. The graphic zone type can be used on any logo, symbol, formula, diagram, etc. that does not qualify as an image. Add alt text or a long description to help text-to-speech tools explain the graphic.
  
 === Quote: === === Quote: ===
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-##Select **Form** to indicate a zone consists of multiple field items. Select **Field** to indicate a zone is capable to take user input as content within a form.+Select **Form** to indicate a zone consists of multiple field items. Select **Field** to indicate a zone is capable to take user input as content within a form.
  
 Label and form element in a single, assign the correct value. Wrap all control in a form zone; assign form values. Label and form element in a single, assign the correct value. Wrap all control in a form zone; assign form values.