Excel batch find and replace specific text in hyperlinks
In Excel, you can batch replace a specific text string or a character in cells with the another one by the Find and Replace function. However, in some cases, you may want to find and replace a specific text in hyperlinks, excluding other formats of contents as below screenshot shown. Actually, the Find and Replace function can handle this job too in Excel.
1. Select the cells of range that you want to batch find and replace in hyperlinks, then press Ctrl + H to display the Find and Replace dialog.
2. In the popping Find and Replace dialog, click Options to expand the dialog.
3. Click Format on the Find what line to enable the Find Format dialog.
4. Then under Font tab, choose Single option from the drop-down list of Underline in the Find Format dialog.
5. Click OK to back to the Find and Replace dialog, in Find what textbox, type the string or character you want to find, and in the Replace with textbox, type the new string you use.
6. Click Replace All, a dialog pops out for reminding how many cells done. Click OK to close it, and then close the Find and Replace dialog.
Batch convert hyperlinks to text contents or extract hyperlinks from cells
If you want to replace the cell contents with the hyperlink addresses, you can choose the Cell contents replace hyperlinks addresses option in Convert Hyperlinks utility of Kutools for Excel, if you want to extract all hyperlinks from a range of cells, chose the Hyperlink addresses replace cell contents option. Click for 30 days free trial!
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