Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Entering the text for WordArt.
After you have inserted WordArt you can edit the text by right-clicking it and selecting Edit Text
from the context menu.
Some of the objects you can insert into an email message are text-based. They are explained in this
Hyperlinks and Bookmarks
A hyperlink is a clickable link in an email message. It acts just like a hyperlink on a web page. A
hyperlink can point to several types of targets:
n A bookmark that specifies a location in the current message. When the recipient clicks
this kind of link, the message scrolls (if necessary) to bring the bookmark into view.
n A web page. When the recipient clicks this kind of link, the page opens in the default
web browser (for example, Internet Explorer).
n An email address. When the recipient clicks this kind of link, a new email message is
created with the address in the link inserted in the To field.
n A file. When the recipient clicks this kind of link, they are prompted to download the
file. The file must be in an Internet or network location accessible to the recipient.