There are many uses for hyperlinks these days, whether it be a link to your profile elsewhere, the source of the information, your website, etc. — just a lot of them. In Google Docs, basically, you can add a link to nearly every element, be it a text, an image, or whatever. And when you do it, it will get highlighted with a blue color and underlined just like we’re used to how links look on the web. And let’s add a few ones.
Watch the video from https://thegoodocs.com/ and find out how to make a hyperlink in Google Docs:
So, now when you click anywhere on the highlighted text, it will bring up such a bar with a few first values of the link. And if you or anyone else clicks on it, it will naturally send you to the source of the link. That’s how it works. We will show you our sample.
And as mentioned earlier, you can insert a link into an image in Google Docs, which is performed just the same way:
We hope this tutorial will help you learn how to make a hyperlink in Google Docs. Good luck!
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