Sometimes, I would like to change the color of the text in a Word document without affecting the color of hyperlinks. If I simply press CTRL+A and change font color, then the color of hyperlinks is changed too and it becomes no longer possible to discern them from regular text.
This happens a lot when I paste from an external page and I would like the regular font to appear black, but if I use press CTRL+A to select the pasted text, then the hyperlinks turn black as well.
Is there a way to highlight all regular text in a document without manually going through and changing the color of intervals of regular text between hyperlinks?
Note: I don't want to change the style or theme color for regular font; I want to simply change font color excepting hyperlinks. I foresee this (if possible) being done by somehow being able to select text, omitting hyperlinks, or change color, omitting hyperlinks.