We assume that you are editing a Word Document (either in MS-Word or via the Prompt In-Drafting process).


All you need to do is Paste the Hyperlink into the document (either with CTRL-V or right-click Paste).


So the real question, is how do I easily get a Prompt Hyperlink into my Clipboard for Pasting into my document?


Usually we want the Document Title (spelled correctly) text to appear but for that text to be the actual Hyperlink.


This is very easy to do in Prompt:

  1. If using the Prompt In-Drafting process, right-click on the  [ Search ]  Menu button and 
  2. Select to Open in a New Tab.
  3. Search for the document you want to link to.
  4. Click on its associated  Copy Link )  button, which puts it in full into your Clipboard.
  5. Return to your Word document, leaving the Search Tab open if you need to insert more Hyperlinks.
  6. Paste it in wherever you need it to be.
  7. If you want to insert more Hyperlinks, switch to your open Search Tab and repeat Steps 3-6.


NOTE:

Users can't have multiple logged-in Prompt Sessions running under their username, but Prompt running in multiple Tabs in one Browser Window (Chrome is recommended for Prompt) isn't another session.