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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.

Insert a Hyperlink Within a Document

Click where you want to insert the hyperlink, or select the text or object you want to use as the hyperlink.

Click the Insert Hyperlink button on the Standard toolbar.

Click Place In This Document.

Click a destination in the document.

The destination can be a Word heading or bookmark; an Excel cell reference or range name; a PowerPoint slide, slide title, or custom show; or an Access object.

Type the text you want to appear as the hyperlink.

Click ScreenTip.

Type the text you want to appear when someone points to the hyperlink.

Click OK.

Click OK.


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