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Use Google Search to insert links

Use Google Search to insert links: Google Drive Advanced Tips and Tricks
Use Google Search to insert links: Google Drive Advanced Tips and Tricks

Previously, to add a web link to a document, you needed to find your link in another browser window, and then copy and paste the link into your document. With Google Docs, you can do a web search at the same time you are going to insert your link. You can then have Google automatically populate the correct address and web site title. In this video, author Jess Stratton illustrates how to do a Google search while inserting a text link into a Google Doc.

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