I am using OneNote for Windows 10. I know that by pressing Ctrl+K on a word/phrase I can hyperlink it to a URL.

However, I want to do something different: I want to hyperlink a word/phrase to another note in my notebook.

For example, I would like the hyperlink in Example Note 1 to open up Example Note 2.

Is this possible and if yes, how can I do it?

I'm looking for an answer compatible for OneNote for Windows 10. If this is not possible on OneNote for Windows 10, I will accept an answer for OneNote 2016.

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I actually figured it out and it's very easy.

To hyperlink to another note one simply needs to type [[name-of-note]] and OneNote automatically figures it out.

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