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Using a Browse Sequence

You can link related pages together with a browse sequence. A browse sequence creates a linear navigation sequence for the pages in your system.

When you define a graphics page, you can specify where in the browse sequence the page displays. Within a browse sequence, an operator can display a preceding or following page by choosing Page Previous and Page Next commands (or a similar set of buttons defined on each page).

When you save a page for the first time it is automatically added to the browse sequence.

You can also use multiple browse sequences by defining a Page GoTo command that displays a page in another (secondary) sequence. The Page Next and Page Previous commands then display the next and previous pages in the secondary sequence, as in the following diagram:

You do not have to use a display sequence. You can define several Page GoTo commands that display specific pages in an hierarchical structure.

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