You can add hyperlinks that provide jumps in your drawings to specific files or websites.
Hyperlinks provide a simple and powerful way to quickly associate a variety of documents (such as other drawings, bills of materials, or project schedules) with a drawing.
Hyperlinks can point to files that are stored locally, on a network drive, or on the Internet, or to named locations in drawings, such as views.
Typically you use hyperlinks in a drawing to associate graphical objects with related documents. In some cases, however, it might be useful to insert a hyperlink that creates an email message when the hyperlink is activated.
Hyperlinks can be associated with blocks, including nested objects contained within blocks. If the blocks contain any relative hyperlinks, the relative hyperlinks adopt the relative base path of the current drawing when you insert them.