Online and Internet
Word processing and online content go hand-in-hand in today's world. Fortunately, Word provides a few tools to make the transition from a Word document to the Internet easy. These tips explain what you can do with Internet-related information in Word.
Tips, Tricks, and Answers
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Adding a ScreenTip
Need to add a ScreenTip to your document? It's easy to do, provided you are adding a hyperlink.
Creating an E-mail Message from the Current Document
In some earlier versions of Word, you could type an e-mail in your document and then have Word e-mail it, as a message, to someone else. Here's how to get that capability back into your current version of Word.
Making Hyperlinks from Coded Text
Sometimes you may receive documents from others that you need to process in some way. Word's Find and Replace capabilities can be invaluable in performing such processing. Where things get tricky is if you need to do more than simply replace what you find. This tip provides a slick little macro that can quickly convert coded text into hyperlinks.
Making Phone Numbers into Active Links
Want to use phone numbers in your documents and have those numbers be clickable links? This tip discusses all the ins and outs of making that happen successfully.
Removing HTTP from URLs
Having problems when it comes to replacing information in URLs? You're not the only one; it can be confusing making mass changes to active hyperlinks. Here's the lowdown on how to make the changes you need to see.
Resetting Hyperlink to Original Color
When you click a hyperlink in a Word document, the color of the hyperlink changes. If you want to change the color back to its original, there are three easy ways you can accomplish the task, as described in this tip.
ScreenTips without Hyperlinks
ScreenTips can be a helpful feature in some documents but adding them also means you need to add a hyperlink. Here's a way that you can create a ScreenTip that doesn't have an apparent hyperlink.
Specifying Your Target Monitor
When using Word to create content that will end up on the Web, it is helpful to know the probable screen resolution of those who will be viewing your information. Here's how to specify that resolution within Word.
Turning Off HTML Conversions
Don't want Word to load up your HTML documents as formatted text? There are a couple of ways you can instruct Word to be more discerning when it opens these types of documents.