Hyperlink

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Assigns a new hyperlink or edits the selected hyperlink. A hyperlink is a link to a file on the Internet or on your local system.

When in Writer: You can also assign or edit a named HTML anchor, or Bookmark, that refers to a specific place in a document.

Choose Format - Character - Hyperlink tab

Hyperlink

Specify the properties for the hyperlink.

URL

Enter a URL for the file that you want to open when you click the hyperlink. If you do not specify a target frame, the file opens in the current document or frame.

Browse

Locate the file that you want to link to, and then click Open.

Reference

Enter the text that you want to display for the hyperlink.

Events

Specify an event that triggers when you click the hyperlink.

Name

Enter a name for the hyperlink. LibreOffice inserts a NAME tag in the hyperlink:

<A HREF="http://www.example.com/" NAME="Nametext" TARGET="_blank">Note</A>

Frame

Enter the name of the frame that you want the linked file to open in, or select a predefined frame from the list. If you leave this box blank, the linked file opens in the current browser window.

Name of Frame Definition
Named entries File opens in a named frame in the current HTML document.
_self File opens in the current frame.
_blank File opens in a new page.
_parent File opens in the parent frame of the current frame. If there is no parent frame, the current frame is used.
_top File opens in the topmost frame in the hierarchy.

Character Styles

Specify the formatting options for the hyperlink.

Visited links

Select a formatting style to use for visited links from the list. To add or modify a style in this list, close this dialog, and click the Styles and Formatting icon on the Formatting toolbar.

Unvisited links

Select a formatting style to use for unvisited links from the list. To add or modify a style in this list, close this dialog, and click the Styles and Formatting icon on the Formatting toolbar.


Related Topics

Hyperlink dialog

Assign macro