Reformat Quick Paste text and URL into a hyperlink

Select pasted text and link from a web page, then run a macro - the URL will be added as a Hyperlink to the text.


Author(s) : Leo
Category : Content
Last Updated : June 19, 2016
Requirements : OneNote 2010 or above
Changelog :

June 19, 2016 (F71C8A) - Leo
Automatically upgraded to the new Macro Language

These versions are no longer supported:

July 07, 2015 - Leo
Initial version


Tim1023 - 2017-12-08
Thank you for the Macro Leo - just what I was looking for!
I'll set a shortcut key combo as I can see me using this often.
Your solution is most flexible, but an ever quicker approach might be that the macro simply takes the text and hyperlink that is in the paste buffer and pastes the text string with the whole of that string as the hyperlinked text.
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