This short tutorial will explain how to add, change, and remove hyperlinks and email links to any text in LibreOffice Writer.
When you are creating any document for any purpose, it is needed to insert hyperlinks to any web address Or add an email address for communication purposes to make a point about the content of the document. Adding hyperlinks and email links is very straightforward and easy to use in Writer. Here’s how you can do it.
Steps To Add Hyperlinks In Writer
- Open the LibreOffice Writer document.
- Select the word or text where you want to make a hyperlink.
- Press Ctrl+K or from the Menu click Insert > Hyperlink.
- In the Hyperlink window, select Internet on the left side and enter the URL under Hyperlink Type > Web.
- Now you can see your selected text is converted to a hyperlinked text.
- To test, you can hold down the CTRL key from the keyboard and click to follow the hyperlink.
Steps to Add Email Link
- Select the text where you want to place the email link.
- Open the hyperlink window by pressing CTRL+K as explained above.
- In the hyperlink window, on the left side select Mail.
- Enter the email address under Recipient by mentioning mail to URL as – (this is a sample email address – use your own below keeping ‘mailto:’ unchanged): mailto:email@example.com
- Press Ok.
- Now your selected text will have an email to link and upon CTRL+clicking the default Email application would open for sending emails.
Modifying the Hyperlink
To change the hyperlink, you can select the text/right click on the text where you have added the hyperlink to open the context menu. In the context menu, you can find the Edit Hyperlink option which opens the same Hyperlink window. You can now modify and press ok.
Removing the Hyperlink
Also, you can right-click on the hyperlink to open the context menu where you can find options for changing or removing the hyperlinks (see fig above).
This is how you can create, modify and remove hyperlinks in LibreOffice Writer with simple steps.
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