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* Creating Link Between Two TextBoxes *

In this chapter, let us learn how to create Link between two TextBoxes in Microsoft Word. Text boxes give us more control over the position of a block of text in our document. We can place text boxes anywhere in the document. But sometimes we need to flow the contents from one Text Box to another automatically. Consequence, We can link text boxes. So lets start:

⇨ How to create TextBox Link?

a) At first draw a Text Box: go to Insert Tab, then click on Text Box.

*** If you don't understand how to create Text Box, you can check previous chapter.

b) Then you have to click on Format Tab.

*** Format tab you can find when you keep selecting the previously drawn Text Box.

c) Click on Draw Text Box.

*** Then draw another Text Box.

d) Click on Create Link from Text Group.

e) Then click on the another Text Box which you want to link.

f) Then write down any text and over flow.

⇨ How to delete a Text Box link?

a) Click on the Text Box which you have linked.

*** Format Tab will automatically clicked.

b) Then click on Break Link from Text group.

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