Link formatting in Word 2010

If I type a link in my document in Word 2010, it automatically changes it.

If I type:

It becomes: {HYPERLINK ""} in the document.

How do I turn that off please?   Thanks-
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it a standard feature in any rtf & html document now, you can always select your link ,click hyperlink->remove link
btw,notice how it changed in ee , it's a hyperilnk, other option ,put it in quotes "" ,see?
and if you copy formatted hyperlink it will always stay like that so try

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what i mean ,remove formatting will also remove hyperlink formatting like it did with the pre-formatted code tag above
You are displaying the field code. You can toggle the display mode for all the fields in a document with Alt+F9.

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