How Do I Copy And Paste A File Path As A Link?

How do you add a file to a shared location and send a link?

You can then send recipients a message containing a link to the shared location.

On the Insert tab, in the Links group, click Hyperlink.

If the shared location path or file name contains spaces, see Add links containing spaces to an e-mail message..

Example 1 – Microsoft WordOpen both the Word document where the link will be inserted and folder where the file exists.In the folder, select the path in the Address bar and Copy it (Ctrl C)Open the Word document to where you want the link and Paste it (Ctrl V) Example: C:\Test Folder.

How do I copy and paste a file path?

Open Windows File Explorer and traverse to file location whose path you want to copy. Select the file or folder you prefer to copy. On the Home tab ribbon, click on Copy path button to copy the path of the selected file or folder. Now paste the path to the desired location or to a clipboard.

From your email, click on Insert, then Pick HyperLink (or hit Control+K on your Keyboard) – From here you can Pick a file, then a folder and hit ok. Once you hit OK, the link will appear in the email. Be sure the recipient has access to the linked folder.

Select what you’d like to turn into a link and then select Insert > Hyperlink or press Ctrl + K. Select Place in This Document. Choose where you’d like the link to connect to and select OK.