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Chapter 7. Using Office Web Integration ... > Adding Hyperlinks to Office Document...

Adding Hyperlinks to Office Documents

Microsoft Office provides several features that allow you to integrate features that you typically associate with the World Wide Web into the Office documents that you create. Office documents can be saved in the HTML format and then incorporated into Web pages. Hyperlinks can be placed into Office documents, including Excel workbooks and even Access tables. A hyperlink is a text entry or a graphic that, when clicked, opens a Web page on the World Wide Web, a file on your hard disk, or a file on a local network.

Hyperlinks are basically pointers that enable you to quickly access Web content or another file when the hyperlink is clicked. Hyperlinks can also take the form of an e-mail address and can be used to quickly fire off an e-mail message when the link is selected.


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