a link that has been inserted into a word processing document. Thisfeature is useful to the writer returning to a word processing document to make changes based onfeedback from an instructor, peer reviewer, or manager. While scanning the document, the writerwill see the reference links that have been inserted in the document. The writer can then select alink and run View Handbook Link to see the referenced page of theHandbook.
NOTE: View Handbook Link will launch your browser (and thus the Handbook) automatically if it'snot already running
NOTE: In Windows, if your browser is minimized, it will stay minimized. Thus, eventhough the page you referenced will be displayed by your browser, you will not see it on your screen.You will hear a sound (beep, click, etc.) notifying you that the Handbook page is beingdisplayed. You can then manually bring your browser to the front using Alt +Tab. Make sure that your browser window is open at all times to avoid confusion.
- Launch your word processor.
- Open the document containing the reference link. You will notice a link because it will be surrounded by its delimiters (##) and the text may be colored (depending on your monitor)--for example, ## Adjective Clauses ##.
- Select the entire link, including the "##" delimiters.
- With the link selected , run View Handbook Link via:
- Your browser will be launched, if necessary, and will display the appropriate page of the Handbook.
- Once you have viewed the Handbook, you can return to your word processing document and continue editing your document.
NOTE: Because reference links and comments are not write-protected, it is possible to edit themwithout realizing it. Be careful to avoid making such changes. Such changes to links will result ininvalid links.[ Home | Table of Contents| Writing Timeline | Index |Help | Credits]
- Once you are finished with a link or comment, you can easily delete it from the document the same way you would delete normal text. The links and comments are not write-protected.
- Remember to save the document after making changes.
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