Saturday, September 30, 2006

Removing multiple hyperlinks from MS Word; DBLP

Here's a nice keyboard shortcut for Windows: if you need to remove multiple hyperlinks from a word document, highlight the infected area and use cntrl-shift-f9. This is easier than the tedious procedure of right-mouse-clicking and selecting "remove hyperlink" for each link.

I find this useful because I often cut and paste references from DBLP into articles' citation lists. Google "DBLP Geoffrey Fox" or similar to see an example. Very useful but full of hyperlinks.

12 comments:

vinu - dats wat dey call me said...

Hi Marlon,
Thanks for the shortcut! that really helped and saved my time!
:)
vino

wa.hardrocker said...

awesomeness man...

thanks you're a life saver

wa.hardrocker said...

awesomeness man...

you're a life-sver

CMads613 said...

thank you thank you thank you

Bharath Ram said...

Thanks a lot........ was really worrying.......it helped my project thx

Bharath Ram said...

Thanks a lot........ was really worrying

Neha said...

Thanks a lot. This was really helpful and saved a lot of time.

the Animatador said...

Thanks A lot u r a life Saviour :)

se7ve7n said...

Bang..woohoo.. feel like an expert
Thanks and God bless for the new year

Shruti Pimplikar said...

thanx a lot! Helped! :)

Dinah Sapia said...

It is SO NICE to google a question, and immediately get a helpful answer that can easily be implemented.

Thanks!

Pravin Chalise said...

It's really useful.. Thank you guy...