Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You might often create documents that are intended to be
read on computers rather than on paper. One advantage of
online documents is that you can link to other places in your
document, to other documents, and to websites. Your readers
can click hyperlinks that you provide, which then takes them to
instructions, original source material, or other information.
Link to a location within your document
1 Insert a heading or a bookmark at the place to which you want the
hyperlink to go.
2 Move the cursor to the place in your document where you want the
hyperlink to appear.
You can leave the cursor as a single point at which the hyperlink will
be inserted or select one or more words or a picture that you want
as the hyperlink.
3 On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Hyperlink.