In This Chapter
In addition to using Outlook to handle your email, Office has features that let you tap into the power of the Internet. This chapter shows how to add Internet links (called hyperlinks) to your documents so you can direct readers to the Web to see a graphic, hear audio, or read additional information on a topic. For example, a Word letter about your summer vacation could contain a link to a site where you’ve posted digital photos.
You’ll also learn to perform these Internet-related activities:
• Without leaving Word, PowerPoint, or Excel, send the current document in email.
• Save an Office document ...