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Hyperlink to web adress in word 2003 do not acces the web

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Hyperlink to web adress(www.google.com f.e) in word 2003 do not acces the web. I am administrator of the pc and the firewall allows word to acces the web. Though,  Word does not allow the web hyperlinks. Have anyone an idea of the problem?

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Hi there,

Can you please provide some additional information:

Did you use the 'Insert hyperlink' facility to create the hyper link?
Does the hyper link you created 'look like' a link - ie blue text with underline?
If so, do you hold down the 'Ctrl' key on the keyboard when clicking the link?
Is there an error when you click the link?

Thanks
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by:GrahamSkan
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It works for me (without the " f.e").

This is what it looks like after pasting from the browser and when field codes are shown with the Alt+F9 toggle.

{ HYPERLINK "http://www.google.com" \t "_blank" }

Can you hyperlink to other places?
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by:viki2000
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The link from the next file is working for me.
Is it working for you too?
Test-hyperlink.doc
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