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Tedinoz's answer points out which link types are allowed within HYPERLINK, which made me realize that I can use a permitted https:// link to a simple HTML page with some JavaScript that forwards to an sms link. Here's the code of the HTML page: <!doctype html> <html> <head> <title>HTTPS to SMS</title> </head&...


From the documentation for HYPERLINK: "Only certain link types are allowed. http://, https://, mailto:, aim:, ftp://, gopher://, telnet://, and news:// are permitted; others are explicitly forbidden (my emphasis)." As you can see, sms is not listed so one might reasonably assume that it is explicitly forbidden Why aim: is included, I don't know, ...


It's not as good as a single keyboard shortcut, but I have found that if I hit Enter+Tab+Enter, it will open the link in the same tab.

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