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I don't know how this feature is called. Here on stack exchange you can take some text and mark it as a url. The url is embedded below. Example: Google

Is there an equivalent in Mac OS Lions Mail Client, too? It looks better if you don't see the cluttering url. I searched the menu, but I couldn't find what I am looking for. I hope you got me. :)

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Yes, this is possible.

First write the text for the link - then right click on the text, and select "Link->Add Link" - enter the URL, and click "OK" - and you have what you want.

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Highlight the text that you want to link and press command+K (⌘+K or +K).

Then enter the URL into the popup.

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  • Select the words what you have make a link (like Google)
  • right-click on it = you will get a contextual menu
  • selcet "Link" -> "Add link..."
  • enter URL
  • done
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