This is a brief tutorial on how to copy a website URL into an email or document so you can direct other people to the same place you have been on the Internet.
Definition: A URL (Uniform Resource Locator) defines the address of a website or webpage on the internet.
You can find the URL of a website by looking at the top of your web browser. Here it is in Internet Explorer:
And here it is on Google Chrome:
To copy the URL into an email first select the URL. You can do this by double clicking on the text until it is highlighted:
Then copy this by pressing Control + C on Windows or Command + C on a Mac.
Now switch to your email program (Gmail, Outlook, Etc.) and in the body of the email press Control + V on Windows or Command + V on a Mac to paste the URL into the email.
In most email software the email will show up as blue underlined text and allow the recipient to click on the link to view the web page in their web browser.
I hope this helps.