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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out by Doug Sheresh, Beth Sheresh, Jim Boyce

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Working with Hyperlinks

You can easily insert hyperlinks to Web sites, e-mail addresses, network shares, and other items in a message. When you type certain kinds of text in a message, Outlook 2007 automatically converts the text to a hyperlink, requiring no special action from you. For example, if you type an e-mail address, an Internet URL, or a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path to a share, Outlook 2007 converts the text to a hyperlink. To indicate the hyperlink, Outlook 2007 underlines it and changes the font color.

When the recipient of your message clicks the hyperlink, the resulting action depends on the type of hyperlink. With an Internet URL, for example, the recipient can go to the specified Web site. With a UNC path, the remote share ...

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