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Using Hyperlinks to Make Jumps in Workbooks

Nowadays, everybody knows that hyperlinks are the underlined text or graphics on Web pages that you click to take you directly to some other part of the Web site or even, in some cases, to a new Web site on the Internet. What you may not know is that you can add these kinds of links in your worksheet that connect to a favorite Web page on the Internet or just your company's intranet. In addition, you can create hyperlinks that take you to a different part of the same worksheet, to another worksheet in the same workbook, or to another workbook or other type of document on your hard disk or on a network drive to which you have access.

This tutorial covers the creating and editing of all these types of hyperlinks. It also shows you how you can assign these links not just to the text entries you make in the worksheet or one of its graphic objects but also to custom menus and toolbars that you build.