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Linking Words?

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A linking word is a word used to connect ideas and sentences in order to enable other people to follow and understand your ideas. These words are used when giving ideas, giving information, summarizing, adding information, giving a reason or result and summarizing. Examples include words like and, also, too, in brief and finally.
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1. Open Word 2007 and click the "Office" tab. Select "Open. Browse the files and locate the Word document. Click the document and select the "Open" button
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1. Open your Word 2010 document. 2. On the Ribbon at the top of the window click Insert. 3. On the Insert Tab in the Links category, click Hyperlink. 4. A window will pop up. If you
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