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ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS

HYPERLINK USER MANUAL

TRAM LE PROF. JOHN HAGEN APRIL 10TH 2014

This manual was created using Microsoft Excel 2013. A hyperlink is a link from a document that opens another page or file when you click it. The destination is frequently another Web page, but it can also be a picture, or an e-mail address, or a program. The hyperlink itself can be text or a picture. You can place Hyperlinks in the cells on your spreadsheet. To quickly go to a different worksheet or workbook, you would simply click the link. Requirements 1. Insert a Main Menu worksheet at the beginning that has hyperlinks to the three worksheets in the workbook. 2. On each of the three data worksheets, include a hyperlink which is Back to Main Menu.

Instructions 1) 2) 3) 4) Click inside of cell A3 which is American Eagle Outfitters of Main Menu sheet. From the Excel Ribbon, click the Insert tab. From the Insert tab, locate the Links panel. Click on Hyperlink.

5) When you click the Hyperlink item, you'll see the following dialogue box appear:

6) We're going to create a link to another worksheet in this same spreadsheet. So, under Link to on the left, click on Place in This Document, the dialogue box changes to this:

7) We'll link to AEO sheet, then when the link is clicked on Main Menu sheet, we want to jump to a specific AEO sheet. Under Or select a place in this document, click on AEO.

8) Click OK when you're done, and you'll see cell A3 on your Main Menu sheet change:

9) Click on your link, you can open the information of AEO sheet

10) To do the hyperlink which is Back to Main Menu in AEO sheet, click inside of cell A2 which is Back to the Menu.

11) Click the Hyperlink item, you'll see the following dialogue box appear

12) On Place in This Document, under Or select a place in this document, click on Main Menu.

13) Click OK when you're done, and you'll see cell A2 on your AEO sheet change:

Requirements 1. Copy and paste a list of faculty names from the JSOM faculty website into an excel worksheet. 2. Remove an individual hyperlink. 3. Remove all the hyperlinks at one time.

Introductions 1) To remove an individual hyperlink, right-click the hyperlink you want to remove, the shortcut menu appear

2) Click Remove Hyperlink on the shortcut menu. You'll see it change

3) To remove all the hyperlinks are in the same worksheet at one time, you can use the cell format to remove them. Select the range containing hyperlinks you want to remove.

4) Click Home, move to Editing group and click the down arrow next to the Clear button.

5) Choose Remove Hyperlinks. You'll see it change