I have a variety of hubs that deal with various aspects of the same thing, appliance repair. I want to tell my readers who have not read my hub on "Tools" to check it out when I tell them to take something apart. I can't figure out how to embed one word links to the other hub that can be clicked on. I have read the FAQ's but haven't noticed how to do it.
If you mean add a link in the text - highlight the word you want to be the link. Then click the little chain icon in the bar above the text box. You'll see a drop down box where you can select your Hub. Save and that's it.
If that's not what you're looking for, please post and explain.
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