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|Comment||Mary, I appreciated your speedy reply, but it did not answer the questions I have. In your answer (please see below) you referred a "Word Options" dialog box, and to a "Word" tab...and I don't seem to have either of those items in my 2010 version. 1. Open the "Word Options" dialog box by first clicking on the "Microsoft Office" button, and then following any one of the two steps mentioned below: a. Click on the "Options" button, located under the "Word" tab. b. Click on "Word" tab, and then click on "Option" tab located under the "Microsoft Tools" section from the right side of "Word" tab. c. To disable the use of CTRL + Click to follow hyperlinks, first click the "Advanced" tab from the left pane of the "Word Options" dialog box then click in the checkbox for the option "Use CTRL + Click to follow hyperlinks" to uncheck or clear it. You will find this option located under the "Editing Options" section in the right pane of the "Word Options" dialog box. Doing so will disable the use of CTRL + Click to follow hyperlinks. 2. Now click on "OK" button located at the bottom of the "Word Options" dialog box to close it.|
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