Creating Hyperlinks

With instant access to the Internet, your documents can contain links to specific sites so you and anyone else using your documents can access web information. You can create a hyperlink—a graphic object or colored, underlined text that you click to move (or jump) to a new location (or destination). The destination can be in the same document, another file on your computer or network, or a web page on your intranet or the Internet. When you point to hyperlinked text or an object, the cursor changes to a pointing hand to indicate it’s a hyperlink.

Insert a Hyperlink Within a Document

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