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Old 07-07-2011, 01:09 PM
oleksy oleksy is offline Do you know how to embed a automatic bookmark in a link, so that when people click it Windows XP Do you know how to embed a automatic bookmark in a link, so that when people click it Office 2007
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Do you know how to embed a automatic bookmark in a link, so that when people click it, it automatically creates a bookmark
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Note: Outlook must first be setup to edit e-mail messages with Microsoft Word before a hyperlink can be created in an e-mail.
From the body of an e-mail there are three ways to bring up the Insert
Hyperlink dialog box:

1. From the top menu, select "Insert," then select "Hyperlink..." from the menu.
2. In the body of the e-mail, right click to bring up the context-sensitive menu. Select "Hyperlink..."
3. From the body of the e-mail, press Ctrl+K.
All three methods will bring up the Hyperlink dialog box.

The Hyperlink Dialog Box
The Hyperlink dialog box contains to two important fields:
Text to display - This is the text that the recipient of the e-mail can click on in order to follow the hyperlink.
Address - The address is the actual path that the hyperlink will follow to the document.
Note: If text is highlighted in the document before opening the Insert Hyperlink dialog box, then that text will automatically appear in the "Text to display" field.
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Thank you but do you know how to embed a automatic bookmark in a link, so that when people click it, it automatically creates a bookmark ?
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That is done in browsers by a java script. I am pretty even if you could get it in Outlook it would be blocked or filtered.

http://www.tildemark.com/programming...g-javascr.html
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