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StarOffice™ 5.2 Calc Handbook by Joe Habraken

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Working with Hyperlinks

Hyperlinks are used to quickly move from one location to another; they are basically navigational devices. You can create hyperlinks in Calc spreadsheets that are saved as HTML files in the regular Calc 5.2 file format.

Hyperlinks can refer to exterior locations such as Web pages on the WWW, or they can refer to files that are kept locally on your computer. Hyperlinks can be inserted in Calc as text entries in a cell or as buttons.

You can enter hyperlinks directly into a cell by typing the hyperlink address, or you can insert a hyperlink from the Hyperlink bar.

Note

You can also enter email addresses as hyperlinks. Just enter the entire email address in a cell (such as bob@thecompany.com). When you click on the email ...

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