by Allen Wyatt
(last updated March 27, 2014)
When creating a document—particularly one destined for use on the Internet—you may want to add a hyperlink to your prose. Docs makes this easy, providing a tool that allows you to add a hyperlink to a word or series of words, according to your needs. Follow these steps:
Figure 1. Adding a hyperlink to a document.
That's it; the hyperlink is added to the text you selected in step 2. The options offered in step 4 can vary, based on what you selected in step 2 and what headings or bookmarks are available in your document.
Docs allows you to add as many hyperlinks to a document as you desire. In order to use a hyperlink, just click on it to see what it contains, and then click on the link presented by Docs.
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