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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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Adding Content to Web Pages in Word

A Web page and a Word document are similar in that their predominant content is usually words, sentences, and paragraphs. But Web pages include content not typically found in Word documents. In this section, we'll look at how to create or apply many of the most common types of Web content and formatting in Word.

Creating Hyperlinks

A hyperlink is the combination of some descriptive text or an image and the location (also called the address) of a Web page or an object. Any text or image on a Web page can hold a hyperlink. Hyperlinks most commonly point to the following:

  • Web pages

  • Media objects such as sounds, video, or pictures

  • Email addresses

The easiest way to create a hyperlink is simply to type it and let ...

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