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hypertext

A link—typically displayed as (blue) coloured, underlined text—incorporated in an electronic document that permits internet browsers to immediately open another document in the same or another website.
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"On the day, if there are additional tickets available in the live link - and usually there are - graduands can buy as many tickets as they like.
"An alternative method of transmission was used via satellite to re-establish the live link. This process took approximately five minutes."
Send Us Your E-Mail Address: Receive "AICPA News Update," Live Link for CPA Letter
The live link will also include contributions from American youth as well as from members of the US emergency services.
operates as a live link to the intranet and Internet that automatically analyzes ideas a user is working on in a document, email, or PowerPoint presentation.
Through this "live link", employers are able to customize the program with their organization-specific policies on what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable behavior, including the giving and receiving of gifts as well as how to handle conflicts of interest.
To create a live link with spreadsheet data in WordPerfect for DOS, select File, Text In, Spreadsheet and Create Link.
For the biggest occasion in the history of fight sports, DJs, entertainers, showgirls, magicians and fire breathers will accompany a live link to ringside at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on August 26.
The UN has provided a live link to UN TV, which will cover the event prior to and following the meeting for night owls in Cyprus who wish to watch it unfold.
Francis, of Bronywaun, Chirk, appeared at Mold Crown Court yesterday via a live link from Altcourse Prison, Liverpool.
The day also included a live link with the family history centre in Salt Lake City.