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HSV09

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Hi,

 

I am trying to help my son, he has started building webb pages and has been taking certain pieces of litterature from different areas.

The problem I would like help with is, how can he remove all Hyperlinks from the pages, he is using Micro Soft Expression Viewer 4.

we can remove one by one ok, but there are quite a few, and I would like some help for him if possible.

 

Thank you Brenton


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You are doing a great job by teaching to your son.Here we have the steps to remove Hyperlinks from MS Viewer.

Hi Peter,

thank you we will give this a try.

 

Regards Brenton HSV09


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Hi,

 

I am trying to help my son, he has started building webb pages and has been taking certain pieces of litterature from different areas.

The problem I would like help with is, how can he remove all Hyperlinks from the pages, he is using Micro Soft Expression Viewer 4.

we can remove one by one ok, but there are quite a few, and I would like some help for him if possible.

 

Thank you Brenton

If all the links were identical, you could use Search and Replace. I suspect that this is not the case making you remove them one by one. I do not use Express Viewer 4, but use to design web sites. Retired now, but will be glad to help if I can.


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