It’s so convenient to click the link in the email and have the correct web page open. You may also recall that you can change anything you want about that shortcut. You have amassed a large collection of websites and would like to share the links. More about the author Other Newsletters WorldStart's Daily Deals - Every week, we send out great deals in our Daily Deals newsletter.
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Outlook Mailto Link Not Working Click Finish. Web Browsing & Email Delete Google history & customize web search settings Internet Explorer Tutorial Email a link ("Hyperlink") Email a web page Emailing pictures Set or change homepage in IE
The How to email a web page from Internet Explorer tutorial shows you how to email the web page itself, rather than just a link to it. We also publish a free newsletter with relevant stories, tips and special offers.Success! Tip: Set the default email program on Windows XP When Should You Send a Link Instead of a Web Page? Can't Open Links In Email On Iphone I had the same problem and got lucky.
Privacy statement © 2017 Microsoft. How to enable both? This will reduce the time needed to install routine programs, while giving me a ready to use list of favorite websites. Both are set as the default browser/mail client. · actions · 2014-Sep-18 11:13 pm · plencnerbPremium Memberjoin:2000-09-25Carpentersville, IL plencnerb Premium Member 2014-Sep-19 6:23 am So everyone is on the same page,
Click the Set Programs button in the Internet Programs section. Does the person you send it to see it as a link, or is it just plain text?I know for me in Thunderbird, if I do a copy/paste of a link, Voila! I'm not really sure.I *think* this is going OT a bit, and may require a new thread, as this appears to be an e-mail client issue....just a thought here.--Brian · actions
But that is an obvious bug in Windows! /jas Wednesday, July 18, 2012 4:45 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It's not a bug. Get the very best tech and computer help sent directly to your email every weekday! Clicking on that bookmark will generate a new email, with the web page's title as subject line, and its address in the message body!Web browsers: Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Opera SafariOS