Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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WD 164 Word Chapter 3 Creating a Cover Letter and a Resume
• Click Remove Hyperlink on the
shortcut menu to remove the
hyperlink format from the e-mail
• Position the insertion point on
the paragraph mark below
the border (Figure 3-26).
Could I have used the
AutoCorrect Options button
instead of the Remove Hyperlink
Yes. Alternatively, you could have
pointed to the small blue box at
the beginning of the hyperlink,
clicked the AutoCorrect Options
button, and then clicked Undo
Hyperlink on the AutoCorrect
1. With insertion point
in hyperlink, click
Hyperlink button on
Insert tab, click Remove
To Save the Letterhead
The letterhead now is complete. Thus, you should save it in a ﬁ le. For a detailed
example of the procedure summarized below, refer to pages WD 19 through WD 21 in
1 With a USB ﬂ ash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click the Save button
on the Quick Access Toolbar to display the Save As dialog box.
Saving a Template
As an alternative to
saving the letterhead
as a Word document,
you could save it as a
template by clicking the
Ofﬁ ce Button, pointing
to Save As, clicking Word
Template, clicking Trusted
Templates in the My
Places bar, entering the
template name, and then
clicking the Save button.
To use the template, click
the Ofﬁ ce Button, click
New, click My templates
in the left pane, and then
double-click the template
icon or name.
2 Type Canaan Letterhead in the File name text box to change the ﬁ le name.
3 Click the Save in box arrow and select the USB ﬂ ash drive as the new save location.
4 Click the Save button in the Save As dialog box to save the document on the USB ﬂ ash
drive with the ﬁ le name, Canaan Letterhead.
How can I keep reusing this same letterhead ﬁ le for every letter I create?
If the letterhead ﬁ le is not yet opened, you can instruct Word to create a new document
window that contains the contents of an existing document. If the letterhead ﬁ le is already
opened, you can save the ﬁ le with a new ﬁ le name.