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From Martin Groenescheij <Mar...@Groenescheij.COM>
Subject Re: I'm not certain if I . . .
Date Thu, 06 Mar 2014 07:29:19 GMT

On 6-3-2014 14:37, John Jason Jordan wrote:
> On Thu, 06 Mar 2014 11:23:36 +1100
> Martin Groenescheij <Martin@Groenescheij.COM> dijo:
>
>> Hyperlinks are recognized by default, but you can switch if off, go to:
>> *Tools --> AutoCorrect Options* the third tab *Options* allows you to
>> deselect
>> the *URL R**ecognition*  there are two check boxes [M] Modify [T] Type
>> best is to deselect both.
>> As your manuscript has already the URLs recognized you need to select
>> them and
>> reformat them (Cntr M).
> I have long had those two checkboxes deselected, yet when I copy and
> paste from a web site containing an URL, the URL is still recognized as
> an URL. Deselecting those two checkboxes accomplishes nothing.
It works in version 4.0.1
>
> And I sympathize with the original poster; it is not easy to get rid of
> the URL formatting. The only way I have been able to do it is to select
> the entire document and copy it to the clipboard, open a new blank
> document, and then use Paste Special (Ctrl-Shift-v). This allows the
> option of pasting the text in as unformatted text. And finally, save
> the new document and trash the old one.
>
> Unfortunately, Paste Special > Unformatted also loses all other
> formatting, e.g., bold, italic, font choices, etc.
Use the Alt. Search extension, search for URL and reformat only the URL 
instead of the whole document.
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