How to Remove All Hyperlinks from Word Document | Microsoft Word 2016 Tutorial

How to Remove All Hyperlinks from Word Document | Microsoft Word 2016 Tutorial


Hello friends and welcome again to another
tutorial of Word 2016. In this video, you will learn that how to
remove a single or all the hyperlinks within from a Word document. Most of the time, during working hours, you
might be copy and pasting several text pieces from web pages and those web text includes
the hyperlinks along with them, when you just simply click the Paste button. If you don’t know already then let me tell
you that Microsoft Word also has the functionality to just paste the text alone without any hyperlink
and you can do this by clicking on the Paste drop down button and then click “Paste Text
Only” button and there you have all the text without any hyperlinks. So, the next time when you only require to
paste the text alone, you can use this feature. Now, let’s say that you have pasted the
text as it is from the web page into your word document and want to remove a single
hyperlink. To remove a single hyperlink, you can right-click
on that particular link and can then click Remove Hyperlink from the Context menu. You can also remove a hyperlink by first selecting
that particular link and then press Control+K shortcut key to bring the Edit Hyperlink Link
window and then click the Remove Hyperlink button. But unfortunately, the Remove Hyperlink command
get disable from the context menu, if you select more than one hyperlink in a time and
even the Control+K keyboard shortcut stop working. So, how you can remove more than one hyperlink
in a time. To remove many hyperlinks in a time, first
select the text from which you want to remove the hyperlinks and then press Control+Shift+F9
keyboard shortcut. This keyboard shortcut will then remove all
the hyperlinks from the selected text. If you want to remove all the hyperlinks within
from your document then you can first select the entire text by clicking Select drop down
button from the Home tab and then click Select All, or you can press Control+A keyboard shortcut
to select entire text of your document and then press the Control+Shift+F9 keyboard shortcut
to remove all the hyperlinks. It is really surprising that why Microsoft
did not add Remove All Hyperlink command in the Ribbon and only the person who knows the
shortcut key will be able to remove all the hyperlinks. Anyway, next time when you need to copy and
paste text from the web pages, then you can either use Keep Text only Paste command or
you can later select the text and can press Ctrl+Shift+F9 keyboard shortcut. I hope you will find this short video informative. If yes, then do leave your comments, share
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tutorial videos. Thanks for watching and take care!

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    Ivi Valentinova

    Great video :)Thank you for your help.This simple information saved my day.Its just so easy when you have the knowledge .Keep up with the good work.

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    David Chucknourise

    Thanks for the info but, all you could of done was put all words in black so it would of been difficult for one to know if you plagerised.But thanks anyway

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    Jesper Schmidt

    If you want to remove the hyberlinks and make them look like the other text aka black. CTRL + A then CTRL space space.

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