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Kristin Dzugan

naming a link?

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Hi there,

Here is the way that might help you, please check the attachment:

1422925588_setlink.thumb.png.d668a8edae7fbf24fbf64855ff7350ce.pngHope that helps,

Tia

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It seems you are just showing me how to create a link. I know how to do that. What I tried to describe in my post (and I uploaded a screenshot) is that the link I create just appears as an empty box on the page It doesn't even look like a button or tab, just an outline of a box. If I click on the box, it does in fact take me to the linked webpage. But the box is BLANK. How would someone know what the link is supposed to be and where it will take them? When I create a link in Word or Excel, the link actually names the URL.

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Hi Kristin,

I know what feature you are looking for, to set a link " the link actually names the URL", first, you need to type down the url, like to screenshots showed. Then click set link, select an area the cover the typed URL, showed on the screenshow and choose "Open a web page", tpye the link name again.

Hope that helps,

Tia

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