When I type a URL (such as http://www.domain.com) into a Google Drive document, it will automatically be converted into a link that you can click.

But when I copied the contents of a text file containing a bunch of URLs and pasted it into a Google document, none of the URLs were converted into links.

I know that you can select a URL, right-click on it, and select Link, and that will convert it into a link. But I don't want to have to do that for every URL in the document.

Is there a way to convert all the URLs in a Google document into links in one fell swoop?

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