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How To Use the Hyperlink in MS Word

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Adding hyperlinks to your document can help readers quickly access information. When you use hyperlink text or graphics, they become clickable and connect you to outside information or to somewhere else within your document. You may use hyperlinks in Word for a variety of reasons. This may be necessary when your text refers to an external source, like a web address or email address in your Word document,

To insert a hyperlink:

Step 01: Select the text or image you want to use as a Hyperlink.

Step 02: Right-click the selected text or image, then click Hyperlink.

You can also select Link from Insert-> Link

Select the type of object you want to link to on the left side of the dialog box:

Existing File or Web Page: Creates a link that takes you to another document, like an Excel worksheet, or to a webpage.

Place in This Document: Jumps to a heading or bookmark in the same document.

Create New Document: Creates a new Word document, then inserts a hyperlink to the new document.

E-mail Address: Creates a clickable email address that will create a new email message when clicked.

Then Click Ok.

The selected text is turned into a hyperlink that will go to the specified location. 

You can also add hyperlinks to specific words with shortcut key:

  1. Select the word, image or phrase you'd like the hyperlink.
  2. Click Ctrl+K on your keyboard or right-click and select "Link To" on the menu that appears.
  3. Type or paste the website address in the "Address" box when the "Insert Hyperlink" menu opens.

To remove a hyperlink:

  1. Right-click the hyperlink.
  2. Click Remove Hyperlink.

MS Word will help you by creating automatically link for your website or email address. simply write email address or website address and press enter.

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