Final Report, MIT Committee on EVAT
A hyperlink, or active link, is like a reference citation in a paper or a book, except that, thanks to the magic of computers and communications, you are spared the need to find the document and get a physical copy of it.
Hyperlinks appear underlined in pages displayed by Web browsers. You can use your mouse to click on the underlined word or phrase, and the computer will
This is probably how you got to where you are now.
- go out on the Internet (or perhaps to a local file on your computer);
- retrieve the page referred to;
- display it for you.
To return from a hyperlink
At the top of the window in which your Web browser is running, look for two arrows, pointing left and right. Use your mouse to click on the left-pointing arrow. You will return to the previous page, to the very point where you left it. (Some Web browsers provide other ways to return.)
This page revised June 1, 1995. Your comments about this report are welcome.
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