1, Insert your hyperlink into the Word document where you want your readers to click. Please ensure it has the "http://" in it.
2, At the top of the word window, choose the "Home" tab.
3, Open "Styles" menu by pressing and holding "Alt + Ctrl + Shift + S" simultaneously
4, Hover over the "Hyperlink" option on the menu, then click the triangle icon that appears next to it.
5, From the drop-down menu that appears after you click the triangle, click button "Modify"
6, Choose hyperlink color by clicking the arrow on the "Font Color" icon
7, Click "OK" to save the changes.
How to C# Color in Word Hyperlinks?
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Demo Codes of C# from Spire.Doc for .NET to show you how to set Word fond and color: (purchase spire.doc for .net to get full version)
//Create word document
Document document = new Document();
//Create a new secition
Section section = document.AddSection();
//Create a new paragraph
Paragraph paragraph = section.AddParagraph();
= "This paragraph is demo of text font and color. "
+ "The font name of this paragraph is Tahoma. "
+ "The font size of this paragraph is 20. "
+ "The under line style of this paragraph is DotDot. "
+ "The color of this paragraph is Blue. ";
TextRange txtRange = paragraph.AppendText(text);
txtRange.CharacterFormat.FontName = "Tahoma";
txtRange.CharacterFormat.FontSize = 20;
txtRange.CharacterFormat.UnderlineStyle = UnderlineStyle.DotDot;
//Change text color
txtRange.CharacterFormat.TextColor = Color.Blue;
//Save doc file.