In MS Word you can add hyperlinks into your documents which can provide access to websites as well as email addresses directly. MS Word provides different ways to add hyperlink into your document. You can either use automatic link formatting or convert text into a link. Hyperlinks are composed of two parts which are the address (URL) and the 2nd one is displayed text. MS Word recognizes web address as well as email the moment you type them and it changes them to hyperlink automatically once you press Enter or Space bar. You can also learn about Inserting Pictures in MS Word 2007.
Formatting Text with Hyperlink:
For formatting the text with Hyperlink you need to follow these simple steps.
- 1st of all you need to select the text which you want to format as a hyperlink.
- Now select the Insert tab and after that click on the Hyperlink command. (You can also access Insert Hyperlink dialog box by right-clicking the selected text and selecting Hyperlink.)
- You will notice that Insert Hyperlink dialog box will appear.
- The selected text will appear in Text to Display field at the top.
- Now in the Address field type the address which you want to link to and after that click on OK.
- Now the text will be formatted as a hyperlink.
Editing and Removing Hyperlinks:
- Once the hyperlink is generated you can edit, copy, open or remove by right clinking on it.
- For removing a hyperlink you need to right-click the hyperlink and then select Remove Hyperlink from the menu.