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Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 in 24 Hours by Trudi Reisner

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Using Hyperlinks with Other Office Documents

A hyperlink is a term that refers to a piece of text or graphic in a document that links to other documents, a location, or element. You can create your own hyperlinks to move to a Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Access file. You can even link to a specific location in a document or jump to a Web page. When you point to a hyperlink, Word displays the document path (for example, C:\excel\my documents\sales 1st qtr.xls) to which the link points. When you click a hyperlink, Excel moves to the location to which the link points. A hyperlink appears in blue (default color) text in the worksheet.

Hyperlinks are useful when you're distributing your document electronically and expect people to read it onscreen. ...

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