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You can also manually insert links into your notes by doing the following:
Select the text you want to link.
Click Insert > Link.
In the Link dialog box, type the link’s destination URL into the Address field and then click Insert.
NOTE To edit or remove a link, right-click it in your notes, and then click either Edit Link or Remove Link.
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