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I am creating a template for people in my office that has a check list on the front page that includes links to other pages and subpages. The problem is that if I make a copy of the section template into a new section, the links are hard coded, so they link back to the original template location. Is there a way to edit the link code so that when it is copied it will look into the current section instead of back to the original template section. I have no experience with compute code so I was just wandering if you can manipulate the link code (kinda like excel with the $ to lock the cell location). I have included the link code below:

onenote:General.one#Process%20Notes&section-id={B4B0FDA3-F1A6-44B1-A989-AFDFE4B6CE12}&page-id={AB1BB4ED-CE1F-46C0-86B3-CF41A06A9404}&base-path=//R:/BFakename/NEW/Our baby



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