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Microsoft Word: Turn Text into Hyperlinks

It’s easy to make text in your Word documents hot — that is, into hyperlinks readers click on to get to a site online. I do it with the key combination [CTRL][K]. Here’s how.

First, open your document and select the text you want to turn into a link.
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Then hit the key combo [CTRL][K]. This will display the following popup.

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Now just type in the URL you want the text to link to. Here I’m typing in the address for groovyPost. Click OK.

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You’ll see the text you selected is now a hotlink. Groovy.

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3 Responses to Microsoft Word: Turn Text into Hyperlinks

  1. David Billings October 26, 2011 at 6:03 pm #

    You did a good job with this posting. It was sweet, to the point and effective. Thank you:

    An Argument for Brevity:
    Lord’s Prayer = 56 Words
    Twenty-Third Psalm = 118 Words
    Gettysburg Address = 226 Words
    Ten Commandments = 297 Words
    U.S. Department of Agriculture Report
    On The Price of Cabbage = 15,629 Words

    The soul of Wit is Brevity

    • Gina Smith October 26, 2011 at 7:16 pm #

      Thanks, David! gs

  2. Cchaitu November 3, 2011 at 5:17 am #

    Other way to do:

    Place the mouse on a word and Right click and select Hyperlink.

    By doing this you can do following actions on Hyperlink as well
    1. Edit
    2. Copy
    3. Remove

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