There is a better way to do that, which doesn't mess up other things
and doesn't affect any other document except the one you're changing.
In the ODT file, change the "Internet Link" character style for the
On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 6:02 AM, Tom Davies <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
It is possible to stop the underlinings and blue links. I do it by brute force just by
reformatting the links to force them out of having underlinings. I could do a more elegant way
by changing the settings in
Tools - Options - Appearance
but that might mess up other things for me so i don't.
From: Marc Paré <email@example.com>
Hmm, how about it we labelled it in such a way as to make it clear to
people that the .pdf version was an electronic version specifically
optimized for electronic posting and not for printing? We could list the
reasons why it is not preferable to use this version for printing ...
underlined links throughout the brochure which would make for an ugly print!
We can then advise that anyone wishing to print any of the
print-optimized version to take care of this on their own. At least this
will allow the people printing the .odf version to have a little more
control over the .pdf version for their print jobs.
Do you think this would be OK?
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