Microsoft Word is one of the leading word processing programs because it is the standard word processor on any computer running a Windows operating system. Word allows users to create documents that link to other types of documents and files, including SSRS reports. SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is a platform that creates SSRS reports with important information about your SQL database. If you're building a document that uses these SSRS reports, then building a link to the report will be useful.
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Select the word, phrase or sentence that you want to link to the SSRS report within the Word document by double-clicking on the word or triple-clicking on the sentence.
Right-click in the selected area and then click "Hyperlink ..." from the menu that appears. This will open the "Insert Hyperlink" window.
Select "Existing File or Web Page" from the left side of the Insert Hyperlink window and browse through the computer folders for the SSRS report document that you want to link with the Word document.
Click on the SSRS report and then click "OK" to create the hyperlink to that SSRS report.
Place the mouse over the link you created, then press the "Ctrl" key while clicking on the link to open the SSRS report that your Word document is linked to.
Click "File," then "Save." Name the Word document and then click "Save" to save the linked Word document.
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