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Master Visually®: Excel® 2007 by Elaine Marmel

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Chapter 32. Sharing Excel Data with Other Programs

Create a Hyperlink in a Workbook

Hyperlinks help the user navigate. You can create a hyperlink in a workbook to link your workbook to another workbook, a document of any kind, an e-mail address, a graphic file, or a Web page. When you click a hyperlink, the link opens the file or Web page to which you linked.

Hyperlinks encode the destination file or Web page as a Uniform Resource Locator (URL). The URL identifies the location of the file or Web page by listing a protocol, a Web server or network location, a path, and a filename. An absolute hyperlink contains a full pathname to the destination file or Web page. A relative hyperlink, usually used for Web pages, has one or more missing parts that ...

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