Work with Web Pages in Word 2010

Edited by Thor, Crystal, Eng

Hello and welcome to VisiHow. Today I'm going to show you how to work with web pages using Microsoft Word 2010.

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Steps

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    In order to work with webpages we need to open the hyperlink application
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    To do this, we're going to press Ctrl and K.
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    This will open the Insert Hyperlink box
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    Here we can link to an Existent File or Webpage, Place in This Document, Create a New Document, or Add an Email Address
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    Or we can look somewhere within our computer, Current Files, Browsed Files, or Recent Files. We can also type in our own address. For example, www.bbc.co.uk.
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    Another option, if you would like to be more creative, we can present the same website using a different name
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    To do this we open the Hyperlink application again using Ctrl K, and type in the address, and type what you would like it to display in the Text to Display text box. For instance, Click here for your surprise.
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    Now we have two different names for the same website
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    This is how to use hyperlinks within Microsoft Word 2010
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    If you have any suggestions, comments, queries, please leave them in the comment box below.
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