Preparing Microsoft Word Source Documents : Working with Images in Word : Creating Image Links in Word
 
Creating Image Links in Word
 
You can create image links that allow users who click the image to link to content in another location. For example, if you include your company logo in a source document, you can define a link for the logo so that when users click the logo, they link to your company home page.
You can create image links that allow users who click the image to link to content in another location. For example, if you include your company logo in a source document, you can define a link for the logo so that when users click the logo, they link to your company home page.
The following procedure provides an example of how to create an image link in Microsoft Word source documents using Microsoft Word 2003. Steps for creating an image link in Microsoft Word may be different in other versions of Microsoft Word.
To create an image link in a Microsoft Word source document
1. In your Microsoft Word source document, insert the image for which you want to create an image link. For more information, see “Inserting Images in Word”.
2. Select the image for which you want to create an image link.
3. On the Insert menu, click Hyperlink.
Note: If Microsoft Word does not display Hyperlink on the Insert menu, you cannot use this procedure to create a hyperlinked image. However, you can create a hyperlinked text box to create a hyperlinked image. For more information, see “Creating Clickable Regions for Image Maps in Word”.
4. In the Insert Hyperlink window, select the object you want to link to and specify the appropriate options. For example, you can link to an existing file or web page, a location in a document, or an email address.
5. Click OK.
6. Save your Microsoft Word source document.
7. Generate output for your project. For more information, see “Generating Output”.
8. In Output Explorer, verify ePublisher created the image link using the link information you specified on the page by clicking on the image. For more information about viewing output files in Output Explorer, see “Viewing Output in Output Explorer”.