No doubt, Microsoft is offering a lot of amazing Office features. Before some time, we have to face trouble to edit a PDF file in Office program. But now, in Office 2013 or 2016, you will be able to edit PDFs very easily. The office is offering a lot of examples of security concern, and Office components have always alerted you regarding any type of infected links which will harm your documents or folders. So if you see such links in any of the parts of Office, you will get a warning pop up message on your screen.
Some of the blacklisted or corrupted sites, as per Bing and Google are generally released from the malicious links as far as Office components are concerned. But sometimes, you can find the wrong positives and Office will show a harmful link warning message. If you want to disable this type of hyperlink warnings alert feature, then you are at the right place. Below you will get a guide to get rid of this Office issue. This article will help you how to do it efficiently.
By using Some Steps Disable the Hyperlink Warnings in Office Software’s:-
1- Manual solution:-
Launch any Office program and click on the FILE.
Now go to the left pane, click Options.
Navigate to the following windows options and select the Trust Center.
Then click on the Trust Center Settings.
Then go to the Trust Center window and uncheck the option Check Microsoft Office documents which are the link to suspicious Web sites to Disable suspicious hyperlink warnings.
Click on the OK option.
With this given process, you can receive disabled alerts for harmful site links successfully.
If the issue has not resolved then let’s see next way to do this.
2- Using Registry Editor:-
Press Windows + R keys combination at the same time and type Regedt32.exe in the Run dialog box
Click on the Enter to launch the Registry Editor.
Move to the following location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\Security
If it does not exist, create it.
Then go to the right pane of this location and create a new DWORD by using Right click -> New -> DWORD Value.
Generate a new name in this newly created DWORD as DisableHyperlinkWarning. Double click on the same DWORD to change:
A box will open; type the 1 in Value data to disable suspicious hyperlink warnings or 0 to enable them as from default setting.
Click on the OK.
After that, you can exit the Registry Editor and reboot your computer system to see the changes.
To get more information about this post, please connect with Office Customer Support team by dialing Office Toll-free Number. If you have any confusion about these methods then you can take assistance from Office certified technicians. To know about Office updates, you can visit on office.com/setup. Technicians will give you a right suggestion for your any type of Office-related issue or query. All are very-well aware all Office problems, so you can feel free to take support from them
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