Cuts And Paste The Text Will Automatically Turn Into A Hyperlink
Apr 26, 2007
I have an excel spreadsheet with a column for hyperlinks. Any information added into that column needs to be a hyperlink. How can I format the entire column so that when a user cuts and pastes the text will automatically turn into a hyperlink?
Can I paste text inside a box on sheet 1 that automatically paste into a cell in sheet 2? I'm trying to make sheet one look more like a web page. I want to be able to create text boxes on sheet one that will automatically copy the text into a certain cell in sheet 2. Seems like I seen something a long time ago where you go to sheet2 and in the cell you want the text to show up, you type in something like =sheet1 box1 .
Is there a way for me to enter numbers in my cells and have them a specific color? I want all my odd numbers to be bold red with a yellow highlighted cell, my even Numbers to be green with a gray color cell.
I want it to look like this 7 and 8. I can not seem to find anything to show the high light but basically the red 7 will be in a yellow box and the green in a light gray. I will be entering rows and rows of anywhere from 4 to 8 digits
Loaded M/S Office 2007 on the puter, works well, can create shortcut to program but not to a file. I followed the correct procedure but the shortcut will not work, I just end up with a blank screen. If I go the long way around through excel -open-folder-file, yes it works but we do love our shortcuts don't we
Need help with this file, i did most of the code but cant figure out some bugs i am having.
CTRL-SHIFT-F runs the macro,
the problem i am running into is ,
1), i have the macro looking up the legend in row 3 in the factory install tab, and having it find this legend in the T1 Verbiage file. Once found i want all of the data in the column of that legend pasted in row 12.
I currectly have the macro pasting the legend verbiage according to the legend in row 3 correctly but it leaves out some rows. Can someone look at the code and find out why its leaving out some rows of verbiage?
Next i have certain requirements of where Capital E's should go, where routine maintanence should go ect. I have that at the end of the code and is correct.
The problem here is with this part. ( starts at row 12, counds all of n which is the verbiage rows, then adds 8. So in other words this formula needs to be 8 rows after the verbiage ( which is dynamic depending on the legend ) ....
When I go to print my 1 page document, I've selected to have the page shrink to fit onto 1 page. For some reason, when I choose this option to shrink, it doesn't print the entire document, only about 3/4 of the page or so. Something I did recently that was a little different that may have caused this but am honestly not sure is i added my company logo to the header so it'd print on the document too. If I added it as an image, for some reason it wouldn't print.
Is there a formula I can use that will look at the following in an excel cell Daily Numbers Report - Summary_2014-01-26.xls
and then convert that into the date value 41,300. And the same thing for all other cells with the same format...so if was Daily Numbers Report - Summary_2014-01-23.xls the formula would convert it to 41,297.
I have a excel spreadsheet that on sheet 1 has a list of about 130 numbers. Each of these numbers is linked to a specific sheet within the workbook. What im trying to do is write a macro that once i do a FIND it will find the number typed in the find box, once it finds that number on sheet 1, it will automatically select that hyperlink and take me the the correct sheet.
Right now the macro will find the number but I cant get it to auto select the hyperlinkand take me to the correct sheet.
Is there a way that under "Type the Cell Reference" that you can make it automatically change to the cell the hyperlink is on?
The reason why i ask this is because I have hyperlinks linking to there current cell but once i delete a row above that... the cell refernece doesnt change therefore changing the cell reference to the cell above it
I want to be able to create a hyperlink in a cell that is the result of a simple reference formula. i.e. if cell A1 on worksheet A is a formula "='SheetB"!A1", can I create a hyperlink automatically from SheetA Cell A1 to 'SheetB'!A1?
I would like for the hyperlink to be is cell A1, so I beleive that would be a macro / VBA solution.
Also, is there a formula solution that could go in B1 "=hyperlink(A1)", where the formula will then recognize the referenced cell (rather that the formula result) and hyperlink to SheetB:A1?
, but as my knowledge in VB very limited I'm unable to make the neccessary modifications to fit my case. the case: the warehouse I'm working on is tracked by a big and messy excel file that includes details about various components. the warehouse is virtually represented by folders that represent a drawer, each drawer includes 0-10 components's dateasheets in pdf file format. I'm looking for a script that would hyperlink the specific pdf to each component to a certain column that includes the component's name. there's another column in the excel that supplies in which drawer the component resides as you can see:
You can also see how the drawers are represented virtually by folders with datesheets inside components 20-29 all reside in drawer 20.
its worth noting that sometimes the whole drawer is empty and so both the column in excel and the folder will be aswell. the script should(I assume) check the pdf's filename in the drawer( mostly the files's name look like in the screenshot), but sometimes the name is only the component's name,so if there is no drawer number before the component's name it would still know how to identify and hyperlink the pdf.
I have an excel file that is used to record information about particular projects. We need to record dates related to these events and these are stored on separate worksheets. These use a key of sorts, where the unique references are replicated on all worksheets.
I have set up the data sheet to generate the unique identifier and the hyperlinks to the Received! and Sent! worksheets automatically as new unique references are added to the Data! worksheet.
What I would like is a VBA code to populate hyperlinks in the Received! and Sent! worksheets in column B, to link back to the Data! worksheet unique reference.
I had used formulas in the past, but the Data! worksheet is massive. I've needed to write hundreds of hyperlink formulas referencing blank spaces in the Data! sheet in anticipation of new projects. It would be better if they were populated as the sheet expanded.
When building complex and long formulas in excel which can not be auto filled due to non progressive variables I tend to combine several cells containing parts of the formula using the ampersand (&) operator.
E.g. B2=[A1&A2&A3&A4] where: A1=[=] A2=[INDIRECT($A$1&"!"&"S] A3= A4=[")]
The result will then look like this: =INDIRECT($A$1&"!"&"S8"), then I copy all the values created by this method (it could be several thousand) and past them into the appropriate worksheet using: past special > past values.
The problem is that in order for the text string to turn into an active formula I have to go into each individual cell (F2) and hit Enter. When I am working with thousand of cells this is not very feasible.
Where hyperlink is a string that is valid. ( i tested by doing a cut and paste to the browser and it works ! ) When i launch the macro, it always bring me to the login screen. But if i do a cut and paste, it will bring me direct to the content i want.
I have a workbook which is set up to take an average heart rate of a participant from a series of data points. I have set the spreadsheet up before I have collected some of the data. (so I can review the project at the 3 months period and its an ongoing project).
The problem is that if there is no data in a participants column then excel correctly gives you readout of “#DIV//0!”. On my results page this #DIV//0!” makes it hard to read the spreadsheet. Is it possible to get excel to turn #DIV//0!” to “0” or even turn it to a blank cell?
I have a workbook that has 2 worksheets. Sheet1 has a data table that is filled from an SQL database. I would like the first column of the data table to have each cell be a hyperlink. The destination of the hyperlink is Sheet2, cell A2. I would like to modify the hyperlink, so that when the user clicks on the hyperlink, the text-display of the hyperlink is copied into sheet2 cell A2. Initially, I thought this was simple. I added the event code shown below:
This worked, however there was a problem. I manually added the hyperlink to all cells in column1 of sheet1. However, this made the TextToDisplay property the value of the first cell for all hyperlinks. So, solution to add hyperlinks to all cells in the first column, with TextToDisplay property set for each individual cell. What is the best way to do this with the fact that the number of rows in column1 will vary as the size of the SQL query changes?
Paste URL as Hyperlink: I just want to paste a bunch of urls into a spreadsheet and have them automatically formatted as urls. i've checked my auto-correct options, and i have selected the checkbox that says: replace as you type/internet and network paths with hyperlinks.
See attached. if you copy and paste a url into the spreadsheet, it will be formatted as text.
Format Existing URLs as Hyperlinks : the attached spreadsheet contains urls that have been copy & pasted. is there a way to format them as hyperlinks all at once?
I have a lot of text in a cell and I want to create a Hyperlink using only 2 or 3 words and not the whole text. Unfortunately, it seems as though the hyperlink can only be from the cell itself. Is it possible with Excel to create a Hyperlink from a section of text in a cell, and NOT from the cell itself?
I have around 50,000 rows of data down each sheet.
These are made up of approx 4000 areas of data. (the areas of data are from columns A:N and between 2 and 30 rows deep)
Seperately I have a cells contain formula covering combinations of 2-30 cells deep.
I want to afix these formula to the 4000 areas.
Thus, if the first 10 rows of the sheet constituted Area 1 I would want to refer to the complimentary 10 row formula range and afix it in the adjoining column to the Area 1 (columnO). If the next range, Area 2, was 6 rows deep I would want to search for the 6 row formula range and afix that to Area 2 (columnO), and so on.
Manually, over 6 sheets, I would have to do around 24,000 copy/pastes and this isn't practical.
Does anyone know how it can be set up to run automatically?
I have a workbook that has a main sheet which provides stats from other sheets within the workbook. I have a hyperlink which goes to a certain place of sheet 2 and the displayed text shows the contents of a cell on sheet 2.
I know it's possible to have the hyperlink go to a certain cell on another workbook as opposed to worksheet, but I cant display the contents of a cell on another workbook as the text on the hyperlink.