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Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 Plain & Simple by Peter Weverka

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Creating Links to Web Pages and Files

Create a link to a web page so you can click the link and immediately open the web page in your browser. Being able to open web pages this way is convenient. Rather than open your browser and then go to a web page, you can simply click the link and go there straightaway.

Create a link to a file to be able to open a file by clicking its link. For example, clicking a link to a Word file opens the file in Word. File links are an opportunity for you to quickly refer to files or to trade information between notes and files.

You can tell where links are in notes because they show as blue text and are underlined. When you move the pointer over a link, a ScreenTip appears and the pointer turns into a hand. If the link ...

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