There will come a time in your life when you’re forced to endure the evils of Microsoft Word 2010…
This quizzical text processing application will throw you nothing with loops, but expect you to jump through millions of loops anyways. But, where to find the loops? I’ll tell you all about loops!
First, fret not my marinated friends, I’ll be there for you, these five words I swear to you.
… when you breathe I want to be the air for you, I’ll be there for you.
In fact, I’d live and I’d die for you, steal the sun from the sky for you, words can’t say what a love can do, I’ll be there for you.
… and so on and so forth.
Just know that, when you find yourself in a pickle, Willy Pickles is always here to help.
So Willy, How do I remove a hyperlink without losing the display text or image?
To remove a single hyperlink without losing the display text or image, right-click the hyperlink, and then click Remove Hyperlink.
… that’s easy, I’m sure we could all figure that out.
But what if you want to remove all hyperlinks?
If you highlight multiple hyperlinks, the option to “Remove Hyperlink” will disappear. You’ll be forced to manually remove each hyperlink one at a time…
… unless you are privileged to mystical powers.
To remove all hyperlinks in a document:
– press CTRL+A to select the entire document
– … and then press CTRL+SHIFT+F9.
Note: Performing this operation converts all fields (not just hyperlinks) to plain text.
That should be fine, unless you’re “that guy” who puts dumb shit in word documents that shouldn’t be there.
Don’t be that guy.