Insert and Remove hyperlinks Word Shortcuts


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Inserting and removing hyperlinks

When you type an e-mail address or a Web address in a document, Word automatically turns that text into a clickable hyperlink. That's great for viewing on a computer, but not practical for printed documents. Here's how to manage your hyperlinks to find your own and remove the formatting when you don't want them to be underlined. I'll go down to the bottom of Page 1. I'll type in my company's website, twotreesoliveoil.com. When I press the Spacebar or hit Enter the text is underlined. Normally it's colored blue, but in the theme that I have applied to this document, the hyperlinks have a different color.

You'll see that the same thing happens when I type in an e-mail address. As soon as I hit the Spacebar, it becomes underlined. I can hold down the Ctrl key and click on the link. If it's a Web address, it will open up the website. If it's an e-mail address, Ctrl+clicking will actually open up Outlook and address the message for you. But...

Inserting and removing hyperlinks
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Inserting and removing hyperlinks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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