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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Working with Hyperlinks

A fundamental characteristic of the World Wide Web is the ability to create connections—called hyperlinks—between related documents. By creating hyperlinks to helpful files on the Web, or even to objects in the current Access database, you can provide useful information to anyone viewing the page. Those documents may in turn have links that lead you away from the main document. You can easily return to the database page quickly by clicking your Web browser’s Back button or, if a hyperlink leads to a Web page viewed in a Web browser, you can simply switch back to the Access window. Hyperlinks to Web pages start with http://, but a hyperlink to a file in the same directory as the database consists of just the file’s name. ...

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