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Inserting a Link

If you're working on a document, you can insert a link by simply typing its address and letting Word automatically identify it, as previously described. An easier way is to use the Insert, Hyperlink command. You can link to Internet files, Word documents, and various other types of files:

  1. Select Insert, Hyperlink; press Ctrl+K; or click the Insert Hyperlink button on the Standard toolbar. The Insert Hyperlink dialog box appears (see Figure 26.2).

  2. If you know the link address, type it in the Link to File or URL text box. To locate a file on your disk or your local network, click the Browse button and use the Link to File dialog box to locate the file.

  3. If you want to link to a specific location in the file (such as a bookmark in a Word document), enter the name in the Named Location in File text box. Or, click the Browse button to select from a list of locations that are available in the file you selected in step 2.

  4. Select OK.


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