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Re: imbedding links

If you're using Xfinity Connect webmail:

 

Type the name of the website [i.e. Xfinity] or an identifier [i.e. photos, movie, etc], then highlight the word[s] and click on the chain link in the tool bar.  Either type in the URL or do a copy/paste of the URL in the popup box.  You can then choose to have the website open in the same window/tab or open in a new window/tab.

 

That's embedding a website.  Otherwise, you can just copy the URL and paste it into the body of the email; it will become a live link for the recipient.


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Re: imbedding links


srwindswept wrote:

how do I imbed a link to a website in an email


To embed a link, copy the url and paste it into your email... some email programs may require you to "insert" the link, but that's not too hard either....!  : )

 

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imbedding links

how do I imbed a link to a website in an email