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When you create a link, you
MUST use the precise name,
location, and type of link you
want the browser to open when
someone uses it.
If you do have it precisely
correct, the link won’t work.
Say I want to make a link for my page about fishing.
First I highlight the text I want to make into a link
Then I hit Control + K to bring up the hyperlink window.
Then I type in the precise name and file type of the page I want the link to access. The
name is up to you, but it must be the name you will use when you create the page. For
right now, to make your link work in a browser, use the file suffix .htm
Click OK to apply the link.
You can tell it is now a link because it became a sort of blue – purple color. You can check
the file to which the link is pointed by hovering your cursor over it as shown.
Repeat the process to create links to all the pages in your site. SAVE each change.
Paste all the links you create onto all the pages in your site.
When you are ready to save your Word document as a web page, select SAVE AS from
the file menu and select Web Page from the SAVE AS TYPE drop down window as shown.
This will create web page versions of your documents.
Follow this process to SAVE all your pages to the same folder.
If you follow the steps correctly, you pages will link to each other when you open the
web page versions of your documents.