MacMost Now 892: Removing Links In Word Processing Documents

When you type a link in a word processor, it often converts that link to clickable text. But if you are writing a document for print, or just don't want the link to be clickable, then you need to change it to normal text. You can do this on a case-by-case basis by simply using Undo. Or, you can change preferences to stop these links from appearing in the first place. Learn how to do this in TextEdit, Pages and Microsoft Word.

Comments: 2 Responses to “MacMost Now 892: Removing Links In Word Processing Documents”

    Bev Mascara
    11 years ago your tutorials. I really get it when you teach. thank you so much

    11 years ago

    Thanks for the tutorial, Gary. Much appreciated.

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