Removing automatic hyperlinks


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Removing automatic hyperlinks

When you enter in web site URLs or e-mail addresses, Access will automatically underline them, color them blue, and turn them into hyperlinks. This is useful for quickly jumping to the Internet or making new e-mail messages. But if you're just looking at the data or needing to print, all the formatting can be distracting. Here is how to remove automatic hyperlinking. I am in my Customers table, and I am scrolled over to the right so that I can see the Web Page and Email Address columns. You'll be tempted to use the same technique that you might use in Word.

To right-click on the link, go down to Hyperlink, and choose Remove Hyperlink. But in Access 2010, for some reason, this erases the entire field. I will press Escape on my keyboard so that this error doesn't get saved. The only way to turn off the formatting is to not use the hyperlink field type. I will go up to the Customer's tab, right-click on it and change to Design View. I will scroll down and click on WebPage and...

Removing automatic hyperlinks
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Removing automatic hyperlinks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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