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 How to remove all the hyperlinks from a Page?

Answer copy the text from the website. In Word, click Edit, Click Paste Special..., Then select "Unformatted Text" and hit OK.
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How to Convert the Hyperlinks on a Web Page to an Address?

A hyperlink is a reference inserted within a text document to a resource or perhaps another document. You can consider it a citation, which on clicking connects you to the referenced URL. To conver... Read More »
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How to Remove Hyperlinks in Office 2007?

A hyperlink is either a graphic or a piece of text that when clicked brings you directly to a linked Web page or another portion of a document. Microsoft Office 2007 is a suite of desktop productiv... Read More »
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How to Remove Hyperlinks in Word 2007?

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When you visit a web page this page is memorized in the pc. Is there a way to erase this page from the memory?

Yes its easy! whenever you visit a web page your browser stores a copy of this page in your pc's (cache) or temporary files for later fast visiting. you can remove it from Tools > Internet Options ... Read More »
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