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.