From time to time, most of us will want to leave a link to some outside site. It is perfectly okay to refer to things that people have said elsewhere but, for legal reasons, please don't copy and paste entire articles. That's not what I wanted to talk about here, though. When you are leaving a link, I prefer that you hyperlink from a selected piece of text rather than posting the actual URL. This looks neater, and people are more inclined to click on it. For example, if I were going to link to our Facebook page, I could simply copy and paste the URL, as such: https://www.facebook.com/seniorsonlyclub Or I could hyperlink it from a selected piece of text, such as: The SENIORSonly Club is an online forum for people fifty years old or older. They also have a Facebook page. Or I could say that our Facebook page is here. In many cases, I might want to refer to it by the site's name, as in... SENIORSonly Club Facebook Page However you might want to identify it, it looks neater when you connect the link to a piece of text rather than simply posting the URL. This is even more true when the URL is long. You do that by copying the URL into memory, then highlighting the text that you want to use as a link, then clicking the little icon that looks like a chain link. That will open up a box, where you will paste the URL.