Video:How to Embed and Link to a URL in Microsoft Word 2010with Shane Murphy
Want to learn how to embed and link to a URL in Microsoft Word 2010? Here see step-by-step instructions.See Transcript
Transcript:How to Embed and Link to a URL in Microsoft Word 2010Hi, I'm Shane Murphy, your technology Guru for About.com. Today we'll review how to embed and link to a URL in Word 2010.
How to Embed and Link to a URL in Microsoft Word 2010There are a few ways you can go about embedding a link in your word document. To start from scratch simply right click where you'd like the link to end up and click "hyperlink." In the bottom field enter the exact URL you want the link to point to. You can also paste a copied URL here as well. In the top field enter in the text that you'd like displayed on the page. As a default, this is simply the URL itself but you can make it whatever you'd like. Now click OK.
Another Way to Embed and Link to a URL in Microsoft Word 2010Another way to add a hyperlink is to simply highlight a block of text or word, right click and select hyperlink. From here you enter in the URL as before, then hit ok to turn the highlighted text into your link.
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