The most common types of hyperlinks include links to other Web pages, frames, or email addresses. Several less common hyperlinking options include building hyperlinks to
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) sites
Including a hyperlink to an FTP site, a newsgroup, or a telnet session will spawn external applications when it is clicked. The FTP hyperlink will open your default browser, the hyperlink to a newsgroup will open your default newsreader (probably Outlook Express), and the hyperlink to a telnet session will spawn your default telnet application (probably either Telnet or Hyperterminal).
Because these options are not automatically available in Word 2000, you need to manually type ...