Published on May 7, 2012
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How To Create EBook Template Word 2007
How-to Create Information Products Content Part 1
Creating Information Product Part II:
Product Creation Part 3
How To Write Your Own Article Part 1
Demonstration Writing Articles Using PLR Content Part 2
How To Write Product Articles Part 3
How To Make Your Own Article Part 4
Text Wrapping in Word 2007
How-to Deal With Line, Paragraphs, Spacing, Sub-Headings for EBook:
How-to Bookmark & Hyperlink to Pages in Your EBook Using Microsoft Word:
This video series assumes you have little or no experience creating an eBook in the first place. This video is part of a set of videos (see full list below) demonstrating how to create your own eBook.
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Open up a word document 1) Highlight text in your document in order to bookmark it (this is where you want the reader to be taken to when they click onto other hyperlinked text elsewhere in that same document)... 2) click onto the 'Insert' tab at the very top menu bar & click onto 'Bookmark'. A dialog box will appear... In the top type in the name of this bookmark so that you can recognize what this location is referring to BUT DO NOT include any spaces (e.g., HowToMakeCrisps), then click the 'ADD' tab. Your bookmark will have been created & will show up in the list box. .. Close box.
Go back into your document & 1) highlight the text that you want to take readers to another location in your document or to a different webpage or other file/email etc. when they click on that text. 2) Click onto 'Insert' at the top menu bar & click onto the 'Hyperlink tab (now showing at the top menu bar)... 3) A dialog box will appear and you should see all the bookmarks you have created in the list box... 4) Firstly decide where you would like this hyperlink to take the readers to i.e., 'Existing File or Webpage', 'Place in This Document' or 'Email Address'... these option tabs will be showing on the left of this dialog box and you simply click onto the tab of your choice e.g., you want to hyperlink the text to a 'Place in This Document' then make sure that tab is highlighted (if not click on it so it turns dark)... 5) then choose the bookmark showing in the list box that you created earlier (you must create the bookmark first, so if one is not there create one as described above). Once you have clicked onto the bookmark in the list then you will notice data being automatically filled in the 'Address' box below... Then you do nothing else except simply click 'OK'. You will notice then that when you hover your mouse over your new hyperlinked text that it will display a load of detail where this data source originates from. You may not want your viewers to see all that when they hover their mouse over your hyperlinked text. To change what they see highlight the text (which has already been hyperlinked) and go to 'Insert' again at the top menu, then click onto 'Hyperlink'... The dialog box will appear once again. Click the 'ScreenTip' tab (top-right) & type in the text that you want your readers to see when they hover their mouse over the link. Type in what you like with or without spaces... Click 'OK' then 'OK' again & the job is done. To remove hyperlinks highlight the hyperlinked text & go to 'Insert' then 'hyperlink', the dialog box will appear & you can see the 'Remove Hyperlink' tab... press that & the text will remain in the document but not hyperlinked.
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