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I can get my servlet when use hyperlink

When i use hyperlink i want to connect my servlet what can i do......

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Your question is a bit ambiguous, but assuming that you are trying to make a hyperlink - do this:-
Select the text or image that you want to hyperlink in the design view, and then fill in the URL that you want to hyperlink to in the properties box, and Link.
If that's not what you are trying to do, please expand on your problem more.

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How to use paste as hyperlink in edit menu in office 2003


To paste as hyperlink in edit menu in MsOffice 2003>Customize Toolbars Descriptions:

Paste as Hyperlink. Inserts the contents of the Clipboard as a hyperlink at the insertion point, replacing any selection. This command is available only after having cut or copied the contents of a cell or data from another program. So if you copy something from Word to the clipboard, paste as hyperlink should be available.

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When Word documents (with hyperlinks) created on a XP Operating system computer with Microsoft Office 2003 are put on a new computer with Windows 7 Operating system and Microsoft Office 2003, the...


Hyperlink as the name suggests, is a connection that links two files or objects with respect to their location.
if the location changes then the link is cut, so it wont function.
if u have moved doc from one pc to another then it's more obvious that the link has broken due to the loaction, though the folder or file which is located in some specific direcotry remains as it is, but it has changed it's properties of address.
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a telephone located in your house has a specific number, now if you either change your tel number or change your house then obvioulsy the link is cut so no one can dial in and talk to u.

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I am trying to hyperlink a word and pdf doc onto front page. Once I hyperlink it - it doesnt work on my actual website what am I doing wrong?


In your hyperlink you have to specify the full path to your document.
I your software makes a hyperlink to the document on your hard drive, then obviously it won't work on a website.
Example:
Your website: www.FooBar.com
your document is located in a folder "/documents/"
The hyperlink should look like
<A HREF="http://www.foobar.com/documents/thedocument.pdf">Click to download document</A>
This is the safest way.

Another important thing: in Windows, documents named Document.pdf, document.pdf, DoCuMeNt.Pdf etc. are exactly the same. On the Web however these are completely different files!
Make sure, that the name in the hyperlink is exactly the same, as it looks like uploaded to your website (via FTP for example). Look at the FTP directory after upload and note the exact capitalization of the the file name, and adjust the hyperlink. Or check the name in hyperlink and rename the file using FTP, whichever you prefer.

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try to close your workbook. After a while you try to open it so that the dimmed color for "visited links" disappears.

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Hi benhen1997

Place your cursor on the hyperlink, and rightclick. You get a popupmenu.
Left Click on th e"Remove hyperlink"
That is all you have to do.
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I WANT TO CREATE A DATABASE FOR PDF FILES USING MICROSOFT ACCESS


have to follow few steps.
1. new database - give any name
--> design table
e.g id, name and file (the datatype of the file should be hyperlink other wise it wont work)
--> enter some records (in file field write a, b ,c)
--> when you put record in file field then click on hyperlink option on top.. (like first record id=1, name=fahad, file=A) select the A and click on hyperlink option on top and give the hyperlink of the pdf file
--> design the form
--> run the form
--> click on desired file
--> it will open
--> looks complicated but its easy

it will work definitely

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disable pop up blocker in your browser and then try again.

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Do you mean "How do I connect to a server and upload files to it?" If so, then the answer is by going to site, and then manage sites.
Edit the site in question with the edit button.
Make sure the advanced tab is selected.
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Fill in your username and password.
Use the test button to see if it has connected properly.


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it is because the compatible MS Office for windows vista is MS Office 2007. if you got a lower version, it is doesn't really work. try to get the latest version of MS Office.

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Hyperlink function in ms access


To Create a Hyperlink Field:


Display the table in Design view, create a new field to store the hyperlinks, click the new hyperlink field's Data Type box, click the list arrow, select Hyperlink, and save the table.
To Insert a Hyperlink:

Select the hyperlink field and then click the Insert Hyperlink button on the toolbar or select Insert , Hyperlink from the menu. Either select a file you want (use the Browse button to help you locate the file) or type a Web address for the hyperlink's destination and click OK.

To edit a Hyperlink: Right-click the hyperlink and select Hyperlink , Edit Hyperlink from the shortcut menu.


Is this enough?

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