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    Word XP 2003 Clicking on Hyperlinks not working
    PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 10:52 am Reply with quote
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    Whenever you want to visit a hyperlink using Microsoft Word 2003 or XP, you cannot just click on the hyperlink. Instead, you must hold down the CTRL key while clicking the hyperlink. (If you hover over it, the bubble shows with the CTRL+Click notice)

    This was a design change in Word XP to keep consistent with other office applications. This is to keep you from accidentally visiting web sites that you don't want to visit linked in documents, plus it keeps you from editing a document and accidentally jumping around to a different section.

    However, you may want to disable this setting so just clicking on a hyperlink views its destination without requiring the CTRL key.

    1. Select "Tools" then "Options".
    2. When the multi-tabbed dialog-box "Options" appears, click the "Edit" tab.
    3. Uncheck "Use CTRL + Click to follow hyperlink".
    4. Press "OK" to close the dialog box.

    Microsoft Knowledge base article 279090 "Cannot click to active hyperlink" has more details about this issue.

    Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 291182 "Frequently asked questions about hyperlinks in Word 2002" also has more information.
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