Inserting a text box/link within a word that disappears when you click on it

by Laura
(San Francisco, CA)

I am trying to figure out how I can insert a link/text box etc. into a word within a document that once you click on it will disappear you can write what you want.


For example:

Thank you for your support today. You will pick up (client name) at (time/location).

What I want to be able to do is use this stock format for documents I send out however I want to be able to click ont the parenthesese parts to put new information in each time - instad of having to erase each time.

Please help. This would make my life a lot easier since I send tons of these emails out.

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Nov 05, 2015
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What you wanna do exactly?
by: Anonymous

What do you want to do exactly, you need to set visible/invisible settings for it to appear or disappear.

Nov 04, 2015
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Oct 28, 2015
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Alt text
by: Shane

Alternative text is similar to this application. Like when we search for an image in a website and if the image is not shown the alternate text that is related to the topic and content will be displayed. But I am not sure how we can insert a text box or link.

Oct 27, 2015
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Oct 21, 2015
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Sep 08, 2015
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If you need your answers you should learn HTML. HTML is the part of web design. If I am right you are talking about hyperlinks.


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by: Anonymous

Inserting a link with in a document is possible and well coming to the disappearance of the link when it was clicked is something new which i have never come across.

Mar 03, 2015
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by: don

Well, I don’t think that such a tool is available with the word document. And I am not aware, if there are any other external third party add-ons available for serving this above said purpose. If so, I would also love to know about it. original orkopina

Mar 27, 2014
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Developer tab not found
by: Anonymous

This is not helpful and does not lead to displaying developer mode in Outlook for office 2007. After clicking tools you see:

Send/Receive
Instant Search
Address Book...
Organize
Rules and Alerts
Out of Office
Mailbox cleanup
Empty deleted items
Recover deleted items
Forms
Macro
Account Settings...
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Customize...
Options...

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Show the Developer Tab in Outlook 2007
by: Jennifer

To show the developer tab click on tools then select the Other tab in the tools window that opens. Click on the Advanced options button.
Click the Show developer tab in the ribbon check box. OK out of each window.

Feb 09, 2012
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Response to my question
by: Laura

I don't see the "developer" tabe or publish tab when i push new mail in microsoft 2007

Feb 08, 2012
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Creating a Form in Outlook 2007
by: Jennifer

Thank you for asking the question.

I am assuming that you would like the form created in Outlook 2007. Click New mail message and select the developer tab. Click the down arrow of the Publish button. Click Publish form as. Title your form and click publish. Click Design this form.
This will take you to the form designer window. Click on the body section of the email message and delete it. This can get in the way and cause problems with layering your form and sections being hidden.
Click on the control tool box button in the tools section of the developer tab. This will open a small tool box. Select the label tool and click anywhere in the body of the email. You can move the boxes to the position you want later. Right click on the label box and select properties. In the name and caption sections of the properties window type the text you would like. For example use the “Thank you for your support today. You will pick up” from the original question. Click OK to return to creating your form.
Click on the text box icon in the tool box. Right click and select properties. In the properties window type “ClientName” in the name box and uncheck sunken. Click Ok.
Right click again and select advanced properties. Change Auto size to true and value to clientname. Click ok to return to editing.
Click on Publish form. When you want to send an email message using this form click the down arrow for new and select choose form. Select personal form libraries and double click the form name you just created.


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