A form can contain items that appear as text but when you move the pointer over such text, the pointer changes to a hand (see fig. 45) and the text becomes underlined. This item is named a Hyperlink. It is intended to open a specific object (for example, another form). To use a hyperlink, click it or activate it using Tab or Shift + Tab and then press Enter. Pictures located in forms can also have hyperlinks. When you move the pointer over a picture with a hyperlink, the pointer changes as shown in fig 45.

Fig. 45. A hyperlink in a form

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