I'm trying to figure out how to display two separate words, each with its own unique hyperlink, into a single cell in Google Sheets. Example is in the image below.

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Can someone please help me figure out how to do this?

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If you type the words in the cell first, you can highlight one word or phrase you'd like to hyperlink and click the link button:

Example word highlighted in cell, link button circled

Enter the desired URL and click "Apply" Example of link UI

Repeat as desired.

Example of second phrase highlighted, link button circled

Example complete with two different hyperlinks

You can also use the shortcut command+k (Mac) or ctrl+k (PC) to link the word/phrase after highlighting it.

  • thank you! Somehow I overlooked the obvious.
    – Mr. B
    Commented May 10, 2021 at 20:35

I do not know how to get two pretty links that look like WikiPedia or Wiktionary in the same cell, but you can insert two clickable URLs like this:


Press space at the end of each line. Insert a newline by pressing Control+Enter. On a Mac, ⌥ + Enter.

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