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8.4. Hyperlinks

Hyperlinks—buttons, graphics, or text phrases that, when clicked, take you to a different document—are what Web sites are all about. In Word, you can make just about any kind of link you've ever dreamed of—links to Web pages, to other documents or pages you've created, to movies or sound files, or to a point in the same document or another document.


Tip:

Hyperlinks are not just for creating Web pages. They work extremely well right on your own hard drive, where you can use them to create a living, clickable list of all the files—or even applications—that you open frequently. They also work as described here in Excel and PowerPoint.



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