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Microsoft® Office Word 2007 Step by Step by Joyce Cox and Joan Lambert

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Adding Hyperlinks

Like Web pages, Word documents can include hyperlinks that provide a quick way to perform tasks such as opening another document, downloading a file, or sending an e-mail message. You insert hyperlinks into a Word document by displaying the Insert Hyperlink dialog box, specifying the type of link you want to create, and then entering an appropriate target for that type of link.

While creating a hyperlink to a target in the same document, in another document, or on a Web page, you can specify whether the target information should appear in the same window or frame as the document or in a new window or frame. You can also make a particular setting the default for all hyperlinks.

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When the target is a Web page, you specify its location ...

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