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Inserting Hyperlinks

When you reference information included earlier in a document, you had to duplicate material or add a footnote. Now you can create a hyperlink—a graphic object or colored, underlined text that you click to move (or jump) to a new location (or destination). The destination can be in the same document, another file on your computer or network, or a Web page on your intranet or the Internet. Office inserts an absolute link—a hyperlink that jumps to a fixed location—to an Internet destination. Office inserts a relative link—a hyperlink that changes when the hyperlink and destination paths change—between documents. You must move the hyperlink and destination together to keep the link intact.


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