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Expression Web Reference Guide for COMM 321
In the E-mail address field, enter the e-mail address (e.g., email@example.com ).
Click on the OK button.
Create a Hyperlink to a PDF File
Note: To create a PDF file in a Microsoft Office 2010 program, such as Word or PowerPoint,
click Save As on the File tab and select PDF from the Save as type drop-down list.
If the PDF file is located on your F: or C: drive (or other drive), then copy it and paste it in
your web site. (Right-click on the PDF file and select Copy. Then, in Expression Web,
right-click on the first folder in the Folder List and select Paste.)
IMPORTANT! Do not link directly to a PDF file that’s on your F: or C: drive (or other
drive). The file that you link to must be in your web site, or your site visitors will not be
able to access it.
If the PDF file name contains any spaces or capital letters, then right-click on it and
rename it. (Be sure to leave the .pdf extension on the end of the file name.)
Select/highlight the text on the web page that you want to make into a hyperlink.
Right-click on the highlighted text and select Hyperlink.