creating a link from 'key' word to a file page.

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I can't get a word on one of my pages to link to another file page. I haven't built a link in awhile, but never had a problem in the past. I sure can't figure it out this time. Can you refresh my memory?
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Hello Dawne0656
You should be able to click on the text box, highlight the word you would like to link, and click on the button that says link on the menu on the right. They, another window will pop up that you can choose where to link to.

Let me know if you have any trouble!
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 CREATE A LINK TO ANOTHER ELEMENT ON A DIFFERENT PAGE: You can select the URL from the address line and paste it into your Link command box. If the image or text on the page has an anchor link, you can select that element and the URL will include that specific element. Using that URL address will target that specific element. For example: Select any element on the page and produce an anchor link for that element. Save and publish. Use your browser, navigate and select that element in your site. You will see that the URL address has changed to include the anchor linked item. Copy that URL and paste that as your target link in your Link command box in Image Settings or Text Settings.

Produce an anchor link for the desired element, save and publish. Using your browser, navigate to the page and select the element. You'll see that the URL has changed to include the element's link address. Copy that URL and paste it in your Settings Menu Link command.

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