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HYPERLINK AND BACKGROUND

Hello respected sir!
what should i do to give hyperlink to another page?
what should i do to give background color or to look more attractive?

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You should first select the text and then press " Ctrl+K " to enble hyperlink dialog box and then select the file if you want the link to give a download to a specific person 
or type and email id in this format " mailto:someone@abc.com " 
or just input the link you want the text to redirect to and 

that's it you are done... as for the background color of your hyperlink i want you to keep it simple because simple is more attractive but if you want it to look nice then insert and image which represent the link more efficiently and then select it and again press " Ctrl+K " and type the neede link or the download file or the e-mail address



I hope that this will help you !!

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