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How can I remove Powerpoint Hyperlinks from iPhone Mail?

I’m using Apple Mail and using the Glympse iPhone app for a project.
A lot of users use the Glympse app and it’s very common for it to use Powerpoint hyperlinks in the presentations that are in the body of the email.
How can I prevent users from saving the presentation in powerpoint format and having to open the app to see the content? Is there a way to prevent sending them to the phone even if they save the presentation?


Open the presentation in Word or OpenOffice or whatever and click on File->Save As… and select the PDF option. That should remove all the hyperlinks.

For compatibility with MS office.


Just save the presentation in a text (not MS PowerPoint) format and use the same name for the file. From a quick google search, that should remove the “Save as” pop up as well as the “Open file in” pop up.
If you wish to use Powerpoint to open it

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Oh, just because my opinion has changed about Beyonce, she is now a bunch of banned words in my mind. Up until now, they were among my favorites. At times they were my thoughts on her new outfits and her songs that she would come out with. When she made an album I would listen to it then and was not ashamed of it. I was up front about that. If you didn’t like her, you didn’t like her. That’s a fine line, but it was fine with me. But now, it seems she has betrayed my favorite word in the world, the word that used to be my favorite…and it is a word that is saving my life right now. I’m sorry. I can’t help it.

Banned. That word that describes you perfectly, Beyonce. You’ve been banned. You’re banned from my life. All that is fine, as long as she is there. Her. I don’t want her. But I’m caught between needing her, and wanting her gone. The only thing I can do is stick it out and hope for the best.

I like going to concerts, actually. I like the physicality of a rock concert. I like the fantasy. I like the song of the night. I like the idea of BEYONCE. I like BEYONCE. And then she isn’t BEYONCE. I hate it.


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