EHTML has several tools to help build hyperlinks.
Firstly the autotype - just type < a then press the tab key and it will enter the start of the href=" attribute.
This tool allows you to provide details or select from a list, then transfer the results straight into your document.
To start the list builder place the cursor where you want to insert the link and press Ctrl+F3 together or choose Builders | Link builder from the menu.
Allows you to construct a url and store it for use later, or add it to the active document. To access this place the cursor where you want to insert the url and press Ctrl+U together or choose Builders | URL Builder from the toolbar.
The A tag has a particularly important attribute called target which you may have encountered in the Link Builder above.
The target specifies whether to open the linked url in the current window, replacing the current page, or whether to open it in a new window. Each browser window can be given a name, so if you have named a window, then setting the target="windowname" will open the linked url in that window instead of the current one. There are some special names too: