Create and link pages
One of the most important concepts introduced by PaperKiller is the fact it acts on a whole hypertext document, as opposed to single pages. And it takes full advantage of its hypertext-oriented architecture (with WYSIWYLTM, what you see is what you link).
In simple words, you can browse links while in the editor, without the need to switch to preview mode, and you can place links through visual dialogs, with no scripts or complications.
In the tutorial we see how to add pages to a document, and how to manage the simplest kind of links between pages.