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How Clear WORD 2010 cache

Posted on 2013-06-07
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I have a tiny URL where I changed the link that the URL points to.  I know it is working right elsewhere but in word, when ever I create a link with that tiny URL it goes to the wrong (old place) I think this is because of some sort of caching in WORD where it's remembering the old location, so I guess the question is, how do I clear the cache in WORD?
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Press CTRL+Z and remove the hyperlinks. After create a new hyperlink.

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http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/create-format-or-delete-a-hyperlink-HA102011388.aspx
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You are probably only changing the display text and not the address.

If you right-click on the Hyperlink and select Edit Hyperlink you will see that the Text to Display can be edited separately from the Address
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