Using hyperlinks


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Using hyperlinks

If your long document created here in Word 2007 is going to be viewed by people on their computers, for example, as a PDF file or here in Word 2007, maybe as a webpage even, you can use hyperlinks to help them jump around from area to area within that long document. Now we know that hyperlinks are automatically created when we use other tools like a table of contents, for example. We're going to use this document to explore hyperlinks in greater detail, The Humbugs of the World. If you've been following along with me in previous lessons, you're probably ready to go.

However, if you've skipped to this lesson, you've got the Exercise Files, go to the Chapter 7 folder to follow along and open up HumbugRefs4. First thing I'm going to do is just scroll down past the Publisher's Note in the Introduction right to the table of contents. Here's where we inserted a table of contents using the Table of Contents feature built into Word. So that means as we hover over...

Using hyperlinks
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Using hyperlinks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007: Formatting Long Documents

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Business
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