How to change the color or remove the underline from hyperlinks in Word?
When you insert hyperlinks in Word, the default hyperlink color is blue. And if you want to change the hyperlink color or remove the underlines of the hyperlinks, you can do as following steps:
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1. In the Hometab.
2. Click the small icon under Change Styles to open Styles window.
3. Click the Hyperlink drop down menu > Modify…
Note: this option will only appear if your document contains hyperlink.
4. In the Modify window, click on the blue color (default color) and choose your preferred color from the dropdown menu.
5. Click OK to apply the change.
1. Click Home tab, and go to click the Styles launcher button to display the Styles pane. See screenshot:
2. In the Styles pane, click on the drop-down icon or right click on Hyperlink, and then click Modify from the Hyperlink drop-down menu. See screenshot:
3. In the Modify Style dialog, click the Underline button then click OK to close the dialog. See screenshot:
4. Then close the Styles pane if you do not need it any more. You can see the result as shown as below:
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoOK - took a while to figure out how to disable the FollowedHyperlinks - As stated you click on the little arrow at the top where Styles are. Then click on Options (bottom).
From there you have to select which styles are displayed (default is suggested) - change this to all. Close options, and repeat above. Now you can right click on "FollowedHyperlink" - and change it's setting. Then go back into Options, and change "All" back to "suggested". Now both Hyperlinks and Followed Hyperlinks are good.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoI have a "home" document and am linking daughter docs into it. So if I have three linked docs and click anywhere in any of them, the text that whole linked doc is highlighted in grey. It's very distracting, because you inevitably click where you are reading, so it's always high-lighted. Is there any way to turn off that highlighting?
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agodoes not appear to work in Office 2016
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoMy goal is for hyperlinks to be black with no undlerline. This is possible, but getting FOLLOWED HYPERLINKS to remain black with no underline has been, so far, not possible.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agohyperlinks and followed-hyperlinks are different styles.
From the “Home” tab, click the small arrow icon in the lower-right corner of the “Styles” box. Alternately, you can use Alt+Ctrl+Shift+S .
Select the “Options…” link in the lower-right corner.
In the “Select styles to show:” dropdown menu, select “All styles“.
You will now have an option for “FollowedHyperlink” in the “Styles” list.