How to export obsidian markdown file into google doc( or Ms word) with the cross referenced text instead of callout hex code

What I’m trying to do

How to export obsidian markdown file into google doc( or Ms word) with the cross referenced text instead of callout hex code

  1. How to export obsidian markdown file into google doc with the cross referenced text ?
    Cross referencing is created using “Callout” menu item (right click after selecting the few blocks of text > “insert” > “callout” ) using creating callout string “Cs_knowledge_protects”. I was hoping to get the The attached image is shown in Ms Doc leaving aside css stuff.

But when I exported into word document using pandoc, it is only shows hex reference. but not the actual text that hex reference points to.
![[Books/Cs_Sessions/s-1994-07-16#^f8be88]]

Question is how to get actual referenced quote instead of hex reference.

Things I have tried

pandoc export options.
when I published using obsidian publish, it only shows hex code at the place of callout corss reference

callout , cross reference, all the words in the topic heading, reading the results to see whether it helps.

You could try using Easy Bake to merge the transcluded sections into a new note. Then, upload / copy that note to Google docs.

Btw, “cross-referencing” is called embedding or transclusion in Obsidian, and what you call the “hex reference” is called a block ID or block identifier.

As for embedding not working on Publish, that’s likely because the source note you are embedding from is not published as well.

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Thank you for the suggestion. Embed portion is working decently. I may have to do some more editing after baking for proper word document, which is fine. Much Appreciated.

You may also be able to copy from Reading View and paste it into a doc.

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Copy/paste from reading mode worked well and it is much simpler too for some use cases I have in mind. Big Thank you.