Create or edit a hyperlink

You can create hyperlinks that link to a Word document or Outlook email message that includes heading styles or bookmarks. You can also link custom slides or presentations in PowerPoint presentations and specific cells and sheets in Excel spreadsheets.

Create a hyperlink to a location in the current document

  1. Select the text or image you want to display as a hyperlink.

  2. Press Ctrl K.

    You can also do Right-click the text or image and click Link on the context menu.

  3. On Link To, click Place in This Document.

    Create a link to a location in the current document

  4. In the list, select the heading (only the current document), bookmark, slide, custom display, or cell reference to which you want to link.

Optional: to customize the ScreenTip that appears when you hover over the hyperlink , click the ScreenTip in the upper-right corner of the Insert Hyperlin k dialog box and enter the text you want.

Create a hyperlink to a location in another document

  1. Select the text or image you want to display as a hyperlink.

  2. Press Ctrl K.

    You can also right-click the text or image and click Link on the context menu .

  3. Under Link To, click Existing File or Web Page.

    Add a hyperlink to an existing file

  4. In the Look In box, click the down arrow and browse to and select the file you want to link to.

  5. Click Bookmark, select header, bookmark, d slide, custom slideshow, or cell reference that you want, and then click OK.

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Optional: To customize the ScreenTip that appears when you hover over the hyperlink, click ScreenTip in the upper right corner of the Insert Hyperlink dialog box and enter the text you want .

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