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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Inserting Hyperlinks in Your Documents

A hyperlink is text or an object on a web page that's linked to another location—for example, to another web page or to another place on the same web page. You can insert hyperlinks as needed in your Office documents.

You can create both text hyperlinks and object hyperlinks. A text hyperlink appears as underlined text. An object hyperlink appears as just the object—for example, a picture or a shape. For either type of hyperlink, you can display a ScreenTip when the user holds the mouse pointer over the hyperlink, as in the text hyperlink shown in Figure 3–20. Many users find ScreenTips helpful.

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