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10. Using Hyperlinks, Combining Text, and Working with the Status Bar

David Slager

(1)Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA

A hyperlink can be either text or an object such as a picture or a chart element that, when clicked, takes you to another location (e.g., a specific location in your document) or brings up information from another file or web page. You have probably used hyperlinks on the Internet. Clicking a hyperlink in a web page can either take you to a different location on that page or to a completely different web page.

The Concatenation and Flash Fill features allow you to combine text from multiple cells and add additional text.

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