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SMARTLY MANAGE HYPERLINK IN OUTLOOK MESSAGE VIA HOTMAIL CUSTOMER SERVICE



Here the amazing features of Hotmail are that it allows users use hyperlinks right in the middle of text of message. One can insert a hyperlink or can remove the exiting one before forwarding it.

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10/01/2019

Hotmail and its application are all users oriented and they are dedicatedly used for mailing purposes. Almost all the hotmail service revolves around mailing services and this makes outlook the most widely used mail network. Even when services of hotmail are all enhanced and highly effective still it managed to be user oriented and this makes everything quite interesting for users. This is because it is quite easy to use and is available easily. This makes hotmail friendly but still in case if any user face any issue using anything on Hotmail easy help is available all the time at Hotmail Customer Service Number.

Hotmail is surely a user’s platform and this is the reason why it keeps on introducing new and latest features for its users. It is advised that user new about these latest features so that they can apply them in their daily hotmail use. One of the amazing features of hotmail is that it allows users use hyperlinks right in the middle of text of a mail message. One can either insert a hyperlink or can remove the exiting one before forwarding it. One can also change the text into a hyperlink and can turn of the hyperlink.

This is useful in the case when you need you sender to automatically get redirected to some webpage. When they will find a hyperlink in a mail they will try to explore the link. It may also be possible that someone has sent you a link in a mail but you don’t want to forward it as a link in such cases you can remove the existing hyperlink before sending a mail. Here is the process:

Following some easy steps to insert a hyperlink:

1. Compose your mail.
2. Now click on the body.
3. In the message position your mouse cursor to the word you want to add a hyperlink.
4. Now get to the message tab and click on hyperlink option.
5. This will open a window which will ask you to add web page, file or email address.
6. Add your full URL here.
7. Hyperlink is added.

Following some easy steps to remove a hyperlink:

1. Get to the compose mail option.
2. Take the cursor to the hyperlink.
3. Get to message tab.
4. Click on the hyperlink option.
5. Click on remove link option.

This is easy to add or remove hyperlink in outlook message and in case you need help get it from Hotmail Support Phone Number and get the reliable answer to all your queries by tech support experts anytime.
More help visit: http://www.emailhelpcontactnumber.co.uk/hotmail-contact-number/

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