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Post by anameeka » Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:39 pm

How do I create a hyperlink for something within the document? I'm creating a newsletter to email out to people. So I have a list of contents and I want to hyperlink those to where they are in the article. For instance, if I click on "Eye Health...Page 2" in the content box, I want to be able to go right to that section of the document.
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Re: hyperlink

Post by DataMystic Support » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:03 am

Hi - the only way you can do this is one phrase or word at a time.

1. First, create a document with the text hyperlinked. e.g. the word 'wolf'
2. Copy this text to the clipboard.
3. In WordPipe, set search term to 'wolf', replace term to

When you run WordPipe, 'wolf' is replaced by the hyperlinked 'wolf' from the clipboard.

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