Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
One of the characteristics of the Web is that documents published on Web pages can have
references, or hyperlinks, to locations in the same document or to other Web documents. A
hyperlink functions much like a link between two cells or between two files, but hyperlinks
can reach any computer on the Web, not just those on a corporate network. Hyperlinks that
haven’t been clicked usually appear as underlined blue text, and hyperlinks that have been
followed appear as underlined purple text, but those settings can be changed.
To create a hyperlink, click the cell in which you want to insert the hyperlink and then,
on the Insert tab, click Hyperlink. The Insert Hyperlink dialog box opens.
Keyboard Shortcut You can also open the Insert Hyperlink dialog box by pressing Ctrl+K.
See Also For more information about keyboard shortcuts, see “Keyboard Shortcuts” at the
end of this topic.