Hyperlinks are everywhere, and you can take advantage of them in your Microsoft Word documents to help navigate your reader to websites or other places in your document. Here’s how.
Hyperlinks are everywhere and hardly need an explanation, but just in case you’re using them but don’t know where they’re called, a hyperlink is text or content that you click to go somewhere else. The content you click is usually explanation enough. For instance, you might click a hyperlinked title to read that article. In a Microsoft Word article, you might include hyperlinks to other parts of the document, other documents, or even web sites.
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In this article, you’ll learn how to add hyperlinks to a Word document. (What you learn applies to Outlook as well. In addition, I’ll use the term linked throughout this article.)