The behavior of Microsoft Excel with regard to URLs entered into a cell is to automatically create a clickable hyperlink.
However, circumstances may arise in which you want to disable that feature.
While this method will certainly disable the automatic creation of hyperlinks in Excel, it may be a little over-the-top for most situations.
However, if you need to systematically disable the automatic creation of hyperlinks for some reason, this is probably the best way to ensure it.
I do not want these hyperlinks to happen & I don't know why the sheets started creating hyperlinks on it's on.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Msdn Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site. For example, enter a URL as: This solution is much more involved then the previous two and uses VBA code.It is a good example of how program-level event handlers in VBA can be used to dynamically change how Excel behaves toward entered data.I have used the same sheet for over a year & just within the past couple of weeks started having this auto hyperlink issue. I have tried going into tools, auto correct options & unchecking the Auto Form as you type. Renaming and moving content can often be avoided by using standard Share Point navigation controls and features for organizing and viewing content.When moving and renaming content is required, a number of built-in tools for updating links, implementing redirects and analyzing the impact of these changes can mitigate the scope of link integrity issues.Preventing the automatic creation of hyperlinks can be accomplished in three dramatically different ways.In Excel 2003, you will also be given the option of turning off this Auto Correct feature with the action dialog that appears after entering the first URL.