hyperlinks in printed documents

Subject: hyperlinks in printed documents
From: "Benzi Schreiber" <benzi -at- tradeum -dot- com>
To: "techwhirl" <TECHWR-L -at- LISTS -dot- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 2 Jan 2000 13:05:36 +0200

The Word docs that I'm writing will be read as printed documents and also
online (as Word docs). The cross-references are hyperlinks, so they appear
in a different color and with underline. But in the printed docs, that looks
awful. Is there a standard way of formatting the hyperlinks so they look OK
(i.e., like normal text) in print, but are still obviously hyperlinks when
viewed on screen? I don't think it's enough to just use italics. My editor
suggested using a color that shows up as black when in print (e.g., dark
green). But we often print the docs in color.

Any ideas, friends?


Benzi Schreiber
Tradeum Inc.
Malcha Technology Park
Jerusalem, Israel
Tel: +972 2 6481333 x 203
Mobile: 972 54 617529
benzi -at- tradeum -dot- com

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