How to add Hyperlinks to text in MS Word document


Can anyone tell me if there is a way to add a Hyperlink to certain texts in MS Word? All the documents are unique, but the words are in all of them. Like if we say my text in the documents are:
1st document: “… and so with google we can find…”
2nd document: “With the help of google…”
3rd document: “By using google, we…”
And so on…
And then get the “googles” to be google instead?

I tried with Hyperlinks.Add method (Word), but couldn’t get it to work (can easily just be my poor coding skills). I also tried “Sending Hotkey” without any success.

I do know how to do it manually, but having to put in thousands of Hyperlinks in hundreds of MS Word documents, seems like a good repetitative task for a robot, instead of manhours.

Thanks in advance.


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