There are a few ways to hide a hyperlink on a printout in Excel. One way is to use the "Format as Table" function. This will allow you to select a range of cells, and then choose how you want the table to look. One of the options is to "Hide" the hyperlink. Another way is to use the "Conditional Formatting" function. This allows you to set up rules so that certain cells are only displayed if they meet certain criteria. For example, you could set it up so that only cells with a value greater than 0 are displayed. This would effectively hide any cells with a hyperlink from being printed.
If you want to hide the hyperlink but still have it visible on the screen, you can use the "Font Color" function. This allows you to change the color of the text in a cell. If you make the font color the same as the background color, it will be effectively hidden from view. You can still see it if you highlight the cell, but it will be very difficult to spot otherwise.
There are a few other ways to hide a hyperlink on a printout in Excel, but these are some of the most effective methods. If you have any other questions about this topic, feel free to ask in the comments section below.