Adding Hyperlinks in MS Word (High Res)

Welcome to the ITS channel. You’re about to learn how to add hyperlinks into Microsoft Word. When you’re creating a document, adding hyperlinks to text makes a more professional, clean look, rather than typing out the full link of the URL. Let’s type in any random sentence. Google is an excellent search engine for instance. Now you can either highlight right click on the word a drop down menu will appear. Scroll down to hyperlink and you’re going to type in the desired URL in the address text box where the arrow is going to appear and then click OK. Google is now colored blue and underlined which indicates that the text is clickable and will direct you elsewhere. Thanks for tuning in to the ITS channel!

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