Question: Why Can’T I Click On Links?

To allow clickable links in regular email messages, click “File | Options | Mail | Editor Options | AutoCorrect Options | AutoFormat.” Place a check mark in the “Internet and network paths with hyperlinks” check box in the Replace section, then place a check mark in the “Plain text e-mail documents” check box in the ….

A: The reason your computer knows to open a browser when you click a link in an email is because your computer associates various links and file types with the appropriate corresponding application. … The quickest way to fix this is to make sure Internet Explorer is set as your default browser.

If you click a link and nothing happens, or a download doesn’t work, your web browser may be blocking RealNetworks’ communication with the Internet. To fix it, you’ll need to reset your web browser. This involves clearing out old temporary internet files and resetting privacy and security settings.

The main reason of hyperlinks not working in Outlook is the default Internet browser not registered (properly) in your operating system. Typically, this issue comes up after uninstalling Google Chrome or changing the default browser from Internet Explorer to either Chrome or Firefox.

Why do I get a blank page when I click on a link?

Common Causes of about:blank Pages You mistype a web address, so you get the wrong page, leading to security problems or an about:blank page if the browser cannot understand what to display. The browser has no idea what to do based on the information processed.

Most likely problems with opening hyperlinks are connected with either the security restrictions of your Internet browser that doesn’t allow opening pop-up windows, or with your Flash player plug-in that prevents you from opening URLs in local Flash files. … Open Adobe Flash Player Settings.