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Create a Hyperlink

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Integrating the Internet is more important than ever. Microsoft Word makes it easy to add a hyperlink to a document.

This How-To Article shows you the basics of adding a hyperlink to a document.

Create a Hyperlink

1. Highlight the text that you would like to add the hyperlink to.

2. Click the Insert menu and select "Hyperlink..." from the menu that appears.

3. In the "Type the file or web page name:" text box, enter the URL (address) of the document you would like to link to. (Note: You must add the "http" to the beginning of your hyperlink.)

4. Click OK.

Tip: When you type URLs in your documents, Word automatically converts them into hyperlinks.

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