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Yes, you can use find and replace, even if your hyperlinks are underlying other text. Just hit Alt+F9 or ToolsŕOptions, View tab, and check Field Codes. This turns on viewing of the underlying hyperlinks.
Before viewing field codes:
After viewing field codes:
Now you can do a find and replace.
But what if you only see this and you need to change the web site?
Then just go to FileŕProperties and change the hyperlink base.
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