I received a broken link message from HP today and when I went to eliminate it, there was no option to do so. The link and break link option was no longer there. Only the tabs to move to the right, up or down were still there.
What to do? Is this a temporary glitch?
Was/is this an in-text link, or is it in a link capsule? Is it possible to delete the text of the link and retype it?
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