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Removing Hyperlinks without a Macro Take Two

There are a few ways to remove hyperlinks without using a macro. One way is to use the "Paste Special" feature in Microsoft Word. To do this, first copy the text with the hyperlinks that you want to remove. Next, open a new document and paste the text into the new document using the "Paste Special" feature. In the "Paste Special" dialog box, select "Unlink" under the "Paste Options" section. This will remove the hyperlinks from the text.

Another way to remove hyperlinks is to use the "Find and Replace" feature in Microsoft Word. To do this, open the document that contains the hyperlinked text. Next, click on the "Home" tab and then click on the "Replace" button in the "Editing" group. In the "Find and Replace" dialog box, click on the "More >>" button. This will open up additional options in the dialog box. Next, click on the "Format" button and then select "Hyperlink" from the drop-down menu. Finally, click on the "Replace All" button. This will remove all of the hyperlinks from your document.

You can also remove hyperlinks by manually deleting them. To do this, simply select the text that contains the hyperlink and press the Delete key on your keyboard. This will remove both the text and the hyperlink.

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