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In MS Excel 2000 and 2003, I was able to add a ''hyperlink window'' to my toolbar which enabled me to copy the link and place it in emails and other documents. Is there a way to show this hyperlink window in MS Excel 2007?

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To create your own toolbar:

  1. Click the Toolbars tab on the Customize dialog box.
  2. Click the New button, and then type a name for the toolbar.
  3. Click the Commands tab, and drag buttons and commands to the toolbar.
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I am trying to copy text from Word that has a hyperlink into an excel 2010 spreadsheet. how do I make hyperlink work in excel?


This is what the HELP feature is for in the top toolbar :>)

  1. Right-click the text or graphic you want to represent the hyperlink, and then click Hyperlink on the shortcut menu.
  2. Under Link to on the left side of the dialog box, click Existing File or Web page.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To select a file from the current folder, click Current Folder and then click the file you want to link to.

    • To select the Web page from a list of browsed pages, click Browsed Pages and then click the Web page you want to link to.

    • To select a file from a list of files you have recently used, click Recent Files and then click the file you want to link to.

    • If you know the name and location of the file or Web page you want to link to, you can type that information in the Address box.

    • To select the Web page by opening your browser and searching for the page, click Browse the Web 1922.gif, open the Web page you want to link to, and then switch back to Microsoft Excel without closing your browser.
  4. To assign a tip to be displayed when you rest the pointer on the hyperlink, click ScreenTip and then type the text you want in the ScreenTip text box. Click OK.

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HYPERLINKS


What kind of message do you get when you click on dead hyperlink?

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Script to extract URLs in Excel Spreadsheets


The following script could be used to extract the actual URLs from the text link in an Excel spreadsheet. The script writes each URL in the cell next to the text link:

Sub main()
Dim h As Hyperlink

For Each h In ActiveSheet.Hyperlinks
h.Range.Offset(, 1) = h.Address
Next
End Sub

Here is how to use the script:
1. On the "Tools" menu, point to "Macro", and then click "Visual Basic Editor". This will open the Visual Basic Editor in another window.
2. On the extreme left, you will find the "Project - VBAProject". Double-click the icon named "Sheet1 (Sheet1)", "Sheet2 (Sheet2)", or whatever the name of your worksheet. This will open a blank window. Copy & paste the script into this window.
3. Press F5, then click on "Run".
4. Go back to your Excel window. You will now find the URLs listed in the next cell to the original one with the hyperlink.

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Hyperlink other document in excel button


The easy way (but labor intensive) is to put the file names in a column (can be any name you want or the pdf file name), right click on a cell, hit insert hyperlink, and in the address field at bottom, put in the file pdf file name. You would have to do this for each of your 100 files.

If you want to automate it, create a column with the directory path name, a 2nd column with the full file names, a 3rd column where you concatenate the two previous columns to create the full path, and then use the hyperlink command to provide the link:


Folder name Filename Concatenated LINK ../excel/ file1.pdf ../excel/file1.pdf file1.pdf ../excel/ file2.pdf ../excel/file2.pdf file2.pdf ../excel/ file3.pdf ../excel/file3.pdf file3.pdf

Here are the formulas behind this:
A B C D Folder name Filename Concatenated LINK ../excel/ file1.pdf =CONCATENATE(A2,B2) =HYPERLINK((C2),B2)
../excel/ file2.pdf =CONCATENATE(A3,B3) =HYPERLINK((C3),B3)
../excel/ file3.pdf =CONCATENATE(A4,B4) =HYPERLINK((C4),B4)
This should work like a charm and the other advantage is that excel won't rename your path locally depending on weather a file is open or not).

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Is there some way to stop excel from automatically turning email addresses into hyperlinks? Not just turning off the 'blue and underlined' format but actually not making them links. I've d


I do not have Excel 2007 but the way to stop this in 2003 is under preferences there is a option for auto-correct under this there is an option called replace internet and network paths with hyperlinks. There is an webpage that explains it at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291357 Hope this helps.

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well. in this case the new look it the most problematic issue for any user taht previwsly had office xp, office 2003. you can't change the apparience. just the colors. if at least you want to use your favorite color. this is how !

You can customize the appearance of the Office Fluent Ribbon in Microsoft Office Access 2007, Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, or Microsoft Office Word 2007 by selecting one of the available color schemes.

example
Word
  1. Click the Microsoft Office Buttondefault.aspx?assetid=za100771021033, and then click Word Options at the bottom of the window.
  2. Click Popular, and then click the Color scheme that you want.

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IS YOUR EXCEL 2003 OR 2007. I WILL TRY MS OFFICE 2007
BECAUSE VISTA SOMETIMES HAVE PROBLEM READING SOME PROGRAM IN MS OFFICE IN 2003. EVEN WORD 2003 SOMETIMES HAVE PROBLEM IN VISTA. DEPAND ON THE COPY YOU INSTALL. I HAD PROBLEM WITH IT SO MANY TIMES

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Place your mouse over toolbar right click select the toolbar you want use that toolbar

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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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Powerpoint add-in


I don't know of one, but you can build hyperlinks, by using the hyperlink button on PowerPoint's toolbar (looks like chain links). Be sure to give the full location of the file by right-clicking on the file you want the hyperlink to point to and selecting 'Properties' and then copy and paste the 'Target' dialogue (all of it, which is fully selected by default when you open the properties of the file) by using 'Ctrl C' and then in the PowerPoint hyperlink dialogue box use 'Ctrl V' If you run into more problems or need further instructions, please let us know.

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