Inventions, derive from every hyperlinks jump to anchors Automatically.

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Fig. 15 and Fig. 18 represent generation of names of hyperlinks and names of anchors in quite orderly formats. When users study XML structure by using these figures in this manner, users understanding about XML structure will be deepened.

For example, the following was found by the operations of XML in MSWord from Fig. 15 and Fig. 18.

In an XML format electronic file, anchors may be managed by not only names but also numeric IDs.

The names may start with ABC and so on created by a creator of the electronic file, whereas the IDs are available in two types.

One type of the ID is a number automatically assigned to each of electronic files by a schema in accordance with the XML specification.

The files are numbered with natural numbers starting with 0 in accordance with a forward or backward location within a file.

The processing is carried out mechanically. Another type of ID is a fixed ID that replaces the name.

For example, in the case of MS Word, the management is performed by names and automatically numbered IDs (names and ids in Fig. 15).


XML is divided into extremely smaller information compared with HTM, and characters can be hardly read in XML remaining as it is. Thus, XML is often made so that data can be seen more easily by opening tags.

However, there is a disadvantage that the capacity of PC is exhausted when tags are opened, and it becomes difficult to perform further operation from a state in which the tags remain opened.

Then, XML according to the invention this time is characterized in that operations of names can be performed while the tags remain not opened, and operations can be carried out while a significantly large file remains.

Those Msword.docx files are connceted to one file and names are connceted and will be mother of all files for hypertext.