To add a hyperlink to a file or folder:
- Select a topic in Map View or Outline View, or, within the topic notes, select some text or an image.
- Click the Links toolbar button, or choose Insert > Hyperlink. …
- Choose File / Folder in the Link To pop-up menu.
- Click Choose, select a file or folder, and then click Open.
Click the Start button and then click Computer, click to open the location of the desired file, hold down the Shift key and right-click the file. Copy As Path: Click this option to paste the full file path into a document. Properties: Click this option to immediately view the full file path (location).
Share a folder, drive, or printer
- Right-click the folder or drive you want to share.
- Click Properties. …
- Click Share this folder.
- In the appropriate fields, type the name of the share (as it appears to other computers), the maximum number of simultaneous users, and any comments that should appear beside it.
Select the Insert link from the bottom menu within the message (it looks like a chain link). Paste the URL into the Web address section.
How to Email a Web Page Link
- Right-click or tap-and-hold within the body of the message.
- Choose the Paste option to insert the URL into the email.
- Send the email as usual.
Tip: You can also hold Shift while you right-click any file or folder, and the right-click menu will show a secret “Copy as Path” option. After you copy-as-path, you can paste it into your email app.
How do I Copy a path option?
Hold down the Shift key, then right-click the photo. In the context menu that appears, find and click Copy as path. This copies the file location to the clipboard. (FYI, if you don’t hold down Shift when you right-click, the Copy as path option won’t appear.)
Open Windows File Explorer and traverse to file location whose path you want to copy. Select the file or folder you prefer to copy. On the Home tab ribbon, click on Copy path button to copy the path of the selected file or folder. Now paste the path to the desired location or to a clipboard.
Copying File Paths from the Mac Finder
While in the right-click menu, hold down the OPTION key to reveal the “Copy (item name) as Pathname” option, it replaces the standard Copy option. Once selected, the file or folders path is now in the clipboard, ready to be pasted anywhere.
Send a link to a shared file
- Go to drive.google.com.
- Check the box next to the file or folder you’d like to share.
- Click the Share icon . OR. Click the More menu and select “Share…”
- Copy the link at the top of the sharing settings.
- Send the link to another person or mailing list in an email or chat.