book for black & white print has hyperlinks that remain blue, even after I analyze & fix preflight

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I designed a book in indesign, for b&w print, all images are grayscale. There are lots of footnotes with hyperlinks. I passed the preflight, using analyze and fix, but the hyperlinks remain blue. Is there a way to change those globally? There are 380+ footnotes, with hyperlinks. Any suggestions?

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 02, 2021 Feb 02, 2021
Look in your Character Style Pallet. There will be a style called Hyperlink; open it and change the Character Color to black.

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If you used Paragraph (and Character) Styles it will take seconds. 

If not try Find/Change using the Find Format and Change Format fields.

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I'm using "styles" now. Works beautifully! Applies the style to the entire
chapter. I don't have to do it individually. Yaaay! Thank you!

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Look in your Character Style Pallet. There will be a style called Hyperlink; open it and change the Character Color to black.

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Ahhhh... that's the ticket. Thank you!

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