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Chapter 19. Creating Web Pages with Offi... > Using and Removing Hyperlinks

Using and Removing Hyperlinks

Hyperlinks connect you to information in other documents. Rather than duplicating the important information stored in other documents, you can create hyperlinks to the relevant material. When you click a hyperlink for the first time (during a session), the color of the hyperlink changes, indicating that you have accessed the hyperlink. If a link becomes outdated or unnecessary, you can easily revise or remove it. Office repairs broken links. Whenever you save a document with hyperlinks, Office checks the links and repairs any that aren't working. For example, if a file was moved, Office updates the location.

Use a Hyperlink

Position the mouse pointer (which changes to a hand pointer) over any hyperlink.

Click the hyperlink or press and hold Ctrl, and then click the hyperlink (in Word).

Depending on the type of hyperlink, the screen

  • Jumps to a new location within the same document.

  • Jumps to a location on an intranet or Internet Web site.

  • Opens a new file and the program in which it was created.

  • Opens Outlook and displays a new e-mail message.

Navigate between open hyperlinked documents with the Web toolbar.

  • Click the Back or Forward button to move between documents.

  • Click the Start Page button to go to your home page.

  • Click the Search The Web button to go to a search page.


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