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Is there a script to use within InDesign so it finds a URL within textframes and it turns it into a hyperlink?
As I am aware, to create a hyperlink within InDesign requires you to right click and manually create the hyperlink.
It is a built-in feature. Open the Hyperlinks panel and select "Convert URLs to Hyperlinks..." in the panel menu:
You don't normally need a script for this as InDesign can detect URL's by default. If a PDF is the end goal, then you simply need to check 'Hyperlinks' in the PDF export panel and the resulting PDF will have links included for all URL's.
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