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

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Adding a Hyperlink to a Worksheet

In Hour 19, “Integrating Excel with Other Office Applications,” you learned how to create a hyperlink that links to other Office documents. In this hour, you'll add a hyperlink to a worksheet that links to Web pages on the Internet.

When you point to a hyperlink, Excel displays the document path (for example, http://www.samspublishing.com) 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 want to browse through files on the Internet. The Web toolbar displays a list of the last 10 documents you jumped to by using the Web toolbar or a hyperlink. This feature ...

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