Hyperlinks in Word2010 documents can also point to e-mail addresses, in addition to being able to point to a Web page or other file. When a user clicks an e-mail hyperlink in a Word2010 document, the e-mail client program (such as Outlook) is automatically opened to edit the message, and the recipient's e-mail address is automatically filled in. To create an e-mail hyperlink in a Word2010 document, the following steps are described:
Step 1th, open the Word2010 document window and select the text you want to create an e-mail link to. Switch to the Insert ribbon and click the Hyperlink button in the Links group, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 Click the hyperlink button tip: Users can also move the insertion cursor to the appropriate location without selecting the text, and then click the Hyperlink button directly in the Mail ribbon. Step 2nd, open the Insert Hyperlink dialog box and select the E-mail address option in the link to area. Then enter the destination e-mail address in the e-mail address edit box, and the subject edit box can leave blank or reserve the subject of the message. Click the OK button when you finish setting, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 Enter the e-mail address to return to the Word2010 document, hold down the CTRL key and click the email hyperlink to automatically open the mail editing software to edit the message, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 Click E-Mail hyperlink