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Come cambiare il colore o rimuovere la sottolineatura dai collegamenti ipertestuali in Word?

Quando si inseriscono collegamenti ipertestuali in Word, il colore del collegamento ipertestuale predefinito è il blu. E se desideri modificare il colore del collegamento ipertestuale o rimuovere le sottolineature dei collegamenti ipertestuali, puoi procedere come segue:

Cambia il colore dei collegamenti ipertestuali in Word

Rimuovere le sottolineature dai collegamenti ipertestuali in Word


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1. Nel Casascheda.

2. Fare clic sulla piccola icona sotto Cambia stili aprire Stili finestra.

3. Fare clic sul Menu a discesa del collegamento ipertestuale > Modificare…

Nota: questa opzione verrà visualizzata solo se il documento contiene un collegamento ipertestuale.

4. Nel Modifica finestra, fai clic sul colore blu (colore predefinito) e scegli il colore preferito dal menu a discesa.

5. Clic OK applicare il cambiamento.


freccia blu freccia destra Rimuovere le sottolineature dai collegamenti ipertestuali in Word

1. Clic Casa scheda e vai a fare clic su Stili pulsante di avvio per visualizzare il file Stili Pannello. Vedi screenshot:

2. Nel Stili riquadro, fare clic sull'icona a discesa o fare clic con il pulsante destro del mouse su collegamento ipertestuale, Quindi fare clic modificare dal collegamento ipertestuale menu a discesa. Vedi screenshot:

3. Nel Modifica stile finestra di dialogo, fare clic su sottolineare pulsante quindi fare clic OK per chiudere la finestra di dialogo. Vedi screenshot:

4. Quindi chiudere il file Stili riquadro se non ne hai più bisogno. Puoi vedere il risultato come mostrato di seguito:


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Hi, thank you for the really helpful guide. Is there any way to have a number of different coloured hyperlinks within the same doc?
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Thanks a lot
you always help me in word
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I didn't have "hyperlinks" show up in the Styles window.

I had tried several sites to figure this out. I had just added some bookmarks and links to those bookmarks in a document we use at home. I did the steps as this blog and several others said, but it wasn't showing me all the Styles. It turns out when I hit "Options" in the bottom right, it popped up a Style Pane Options window. In there, at the top under "Select Styles to show:" it had "recommended" selected. I chose "all styles" ("in use" or "in current document" both do NOT work for whatever reason), then "ok" and then I could do as your article stated. It was odd to me the MS would not include that in recommended styles. After all, I've gone this far in to try and change something -- there's probably a good chance hyperlinks would be something I'd want to see.
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OK - took a while to figure out how to disable the FollowedHyperlinks - As stated you click on the little arrow at the top where Styles are. Then click on Options (bottom). From there you have to select which styles are displayed (default is suggested) - change this to all. Close options, and repeat above. Now you can right click on "FollowedHyperlink" - and change it's setting. Then go back into Options, and change "All" back to "suggested". Now both Hyperlinks and Followed Hyperlinks are good.
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REALLY HELPFUL!!!!!!!!!
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This one has been buggin me for awhile. This extra bit of info was the trick I needed. Thank you so much GG!!
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Big ups - this is crucial addition - thank you!
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Thank you! It would be great if this page is updated to include this as well.
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THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!
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I have a "home" document and am linking daughter docs into it. So if I have three linked docs and click anywhere in any of them, the text that whole linked doc is highlighted in grey. It's very distracting, because you inevitably click where you are reading, so it's always high-lighted. Is there any way to turn off that highlighting?
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does not appear to work in Office 2016
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My goal is for hyperlinks to be black with no undlerline. This is possible, but getting FOLLOWED HYPERLINKS to remain black with no underline has been, so far, not possible.
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hyperlinks and followed-hyperlinks are different styles. From the “Home” tab, click the small arrow icon in the lower-right corner of the “Styles” box. Alternately, you can use Alt+Ctrl+Shift+S . Select the “Options…” link in the lower-right corner. In the “Select styles to show:” dropdown menu, select “All styles“. You will now have an option for “FollowedHyperlink” in the “Styles” list.
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Awesome! Totally worked, thanks :)
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This doesn't work. Instructions are dead simple, but the colour of the link doesn't change.
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Thanks so much. The direction are clear. I selected my whole document and then was able to carry out the color change for the hyperlinks on all links.
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