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Yes. This is basic JS interpolation of query parameters (just as it is in your current form). On a Marketo form, you have two choices: use generic JS, or use the Marketo built-in hidden field AutoFill functionality to parse the value, then unhide the value afterward.
Your reply affirms my suspicions that it can be accomplished with a Marketo form. The broad strokes that you supplied help me to understand the concept, however I need more granular instructions. Can you point me to documentation that might guide me through it?
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There's no specific documentation. An example of the second approach would be this form...
...which has this hidden field w/AutoFill from a query param enabled...
...and this Rich Text field...
With a tiny bit of JS you can bring the hidden field into the open (as well as posting it with the form):