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Adding Hyperlinks

Web pages use hyperlinks (links) as a quick way to perform tasks such as opening another Web page, downloading a file, or sending an e-mail message. You can insert hyperlinks into a Web document or a regular Word document by clicking the Insert Hyperlink button on the Standard toolbar to display the Insert Hyperlink dialog box. Then use the buttons on the “Link to” bar to set up a link to another file or Web page, to another place in the same document (such as a heading or bookmark), to a new document, or to an e-mail address.


Tip

To link to another Web page, you specify a Uniform Resource Locator (URL), which is a unique address for the Web page, such as www.microsoft.com. When you type a URL, you do not have to type http:// in front of it—your Web browser will add http:// for you.



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