In Microsoft Word for Mac 2011, I'm trying to edit the
FollowedHyperlink styles so that they don't modify the text's color that I'm hyperlinking.
For example, let's say I have the following words:
red blue green all written in thier corresponding colors. Next, I decide to highlight these words and hyperlink them. By default, all the text will be turned into blue. That's not what I want; I want all the text to be the same colors, but with an underline added. That is, I would like the word
red to still appear in red color, not blue.
When I edit the style, it shows this, as you would expect:
Underline, Font color: Hyperlink, Style: Hide until used, Priority: 100, Based on: Default Paragraph Font.
I want to remove the part I bolded, however, I don't see a way to do that. When I click the color icon, there is no option to select "no color." The closest thing to that is "Auto" which just changes the links to be black instead of blue.