Can you hyperlink on microsoft word then copy and past it with the hyperlink in place?
Yes, using the ctrl K shortcut it works on most writing sites including Hubpages and Factoidz.
Yes. I do it and it works well. The hyperlink carries along intact when you paste the text into a text capsule.
Thank you both for the help. Both answers were very useful
Yes you can. I do it all the time. My hubs are always typed in MS word and then later copied into capsules.
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