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You can use a regular expression like this in Text Wrangler : <a href="https://www.google.com/url\?q=(.*)\&amp;sa(.*)">(.*)</a> and replace by : <a href="$1">$3</a>


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If you want to convert links in Google Docs to HTML, give the gd2md-html add-on a try (full disclosure: I developed this): https://github.com/evbacher/gd2md-html/wiki You can select a section of text from a Google Doc that includes links, and convert that to HTML. For example this section from a Google Doc: converts to this relatively clean HTML: <h2&...


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