I have applied a character style to URLs in my document that look like links so that when I export to pdf, people can click the obvious URL link. However, the document will also be printed and I do not want the text to have this character style applied to it (or be a hyperlink). I thought when I exported to PDF and unchecked 'Include Hyperlinks', no hyperlink formatting would be present in the pdf, including character styles applied to hyperlinks, but I cannot seem to print without the character style being applied.
Is there a way to choose in the print dialog whether I want the character style applied to the text? Or what is the easiest way to toggle between showing hyperlinks and not showing hyperlinks (including character styles) as I need to switch between print versions and electronic versions of my document?
Thanks so much!
I think I'd redefine the style to have no attributes at all before exporting the print version. That way it can remain applied, but won't show.
Or maybe easier would be to define a second style with attributes, then use find/change to change from one to the other. Easy to go back and forth that way.