Eliminate 'Several URLs found in clipboard' dialogue/warning when copying a page of text

When copying any text on an internet page that contains a URl and using Windows 8, I always received the unwanted message, "Several URLs found in clipboard.  Do you want to download them?"

I want to save a step by not seeing this dialogue but cannot find a way to turn it off. Is there such a way, registry, some other option, and if so, please talk me through it.
Grover McBroomAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
I can't reproduce your problem.. what steps do you do that create this problem?  Are you using the office clipboard and not the windows clipboard?
Grover McBroomAuthor Commented:
I'm simply using my mouse to cut and paste from any internet page. Once the text having an embedded URL link is outlined then selecting COPY, I get the warning. This  is on Windows 8 Pro desktop.
Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
This sounds like there is a "helper" application running that monitors the Clipboard.

I suggest manually scanning the system with the antivirus set at most sensitive level, then use the freeware version of Malwarebytes, then use the freeware version of Spybot - Search and Destroy.  If none of these reveal the culprit, then obtain the Microsoft Autoruns tool and see what is automatically running at startup.

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Grover McBroomAuthor Commented:
The program causing the problem was Internet Download Manager. I removed it from startup and solved the problem with your great help!

Thanks for solving it.
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