link up to

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link (someone or something) up to (someone or something)

To create or establish a connection between one person or thing and someone or something else. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used before or after "up." I can link up our computer to the company database over the internet. They linked me up to a machine that monitored my brain activity.
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link up to someone or something

 and link (up) with someone or something
to join up with someone or something. I have his new e-mail address so I can link up to Bruce. Now my computer can link up with a computer bulletin board.
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To create a live link with spreadsheet data in WordPerfect for DOS, select File, Text In, Spreadsheet and Create Link.