Web site addresses are automatically formatted in word with a blue text color and an underline. There may be some times when you don't want that formatting and it can be frustrating that it is automatically applied. This movie will show the settings to remove the hyperlink formatting or turn off the automatic feature entirely.
- [Voiceover] Let's take a look at how Word treats…website addresses.…Taking a look at this document,…just sort of scrolling through,…it's really easy to spot a website address in this document,…because it's blue and it has an underline underneath it,…just as a link would traditionally appear on a webpage,…but the person who wrote this document did not decide to…format this text that way.…Take a look at this.…I'm gonna start a new line,…and I'm gonna type in that website address again,…and I want you to see,…as soon as I hit the space bar or the return key,…Word automatically formats it with that same formatting.…
Word can automatically detect the structure of a…website address, and it can apply…that formatting automatically.…This is actually part of the auto-correct feature that…we saw in another movie,…and sometimes, this is really useful,…but sometimes it's not.…So, let's take a look at the options we have to change this.…Now, first what is the utility of this?…Well, it's easy to spot a website address,…you can find it in your document very easily,…
Note: These tutorials apply to both the Windows and Mac versions of Word 2016.
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