I have a problem and i believe someone else has this too. I have an excel file which contains near 600 hyperlinks to different websites. But my problem is i cant open more than 1 hyperlink at the time and in that way going trough 600 websites would take like 4days, is there any program / Software, plug in, or ANY way open Many hyperlinks same time so i dont need to click 1 after 1?
Dim r As Integer
r = 2
Cells(r, 1).Hyperlinks(1).Follow NewWindow:=False, AddHistory:=True
r = r + 1
Loop While Cells(r, 1).Hyperlinks.Count
I have a VB macro script which needs to open a hyperlink. The hyperlink is a file on C: itself, but everytime I try to open the hyperlink, I get a safety prompt which confirms whether or not I want to open the hyperlink as they can be suspect. I need to know how to disable that prompt as that halts my macro right then and there. Does anyone know how to go about disabling this prompt message?
I need to post an Excel file to a web site that is sort of a "navigation" tool. What this tool will do is open a series of Excel files that are also on the web site, print something in them and then close them. My files have multiple worksheets, but if I use the OPEN command, my workbooks only have one worksheet (obviously, the first). So, I tried using the hyperlink(1).follow command which works and opens the file in its own window, however, as soon as the file opens, it has the focus and my macro in my navigation file stops and everything comes to a halt.
The text displayed in the cell is a postcode and the link takes you to the Postcode location in Google Maps. I have tried linking this to macros & creating a hyperlink on the button using the same code but I am having no joy. Is there a simple way of activating this using a macro linked to a shape?
What is the code to activate a hyperlink in an active IE window, new tab (IE7), as opposed to a new window, which is the result of:
Private Sub CommandButton14_CLICK() Dim strClick1 As String Dim strClick1default As String Set WEBPAGE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
strClick1default = Range("c51").Value strClick1 = InputBox("Paste the weblink for the trace, or accept the default, and press OK to initiate the trace.", "ClickTrace", strClick1default) Range("c51").Value = strClick1 If vbOK Then With WEBPAGE .Visible = True .navigate strClick1 End With
End If This code runs the hyperlink activation fine, but opens a new instance of IE, whereas I want it to use the already open and active instance, but using a new tab.
The purpose of this endeavour is to create a cell that when the user clicks on it, it will open up a Word file that THAT particular cell represents.
FIRST STEP: Take the values from Column D (Tract Number), then add a ".doc" extension to it, then put the UNC filepath (\serverdata eports) in front of all of that and put it in Column E. See me example below:
File path plus Tract Number plus Extension
\serverdata eports 7-5-065-085 .doc
.... to generate something like this: \serverdata eports7-5-065-085.doc
SECOND STEP: Use the value (only when the user clicks on the hyperlink) from the cell in Column E and start up Word.
how to open a Hyperlink directly. I have writen some code which allows me to copy over certain cells from a large list of hyperlinked files. However I am struggling to figure out how to open the hyperlink without actually writing the hyperlink address into the code. The hyperlinks are the file names and not the file paths. In essence I'm aiming to just get the macro to "click" the hyperlink to open it. Once the file is open the rest of my code will work, it is just this one sticking point.
How do I create a hyperlink in an Excel 2003 file that will open a PDF file with Reader?
I have an Excel file of hundreds of Customer names and invoice numbers. I have a directory of PDF files. The name of each PDF file is the customer name, a space, and the invoice number. I should be able to have a column in the Excel file that contains a formula that creates a hyperlink to open the corresponding PDF file.
I used the HYPERLINK function and built the path and file by concatenating information. When I click the hyperlink, I keep getting an Excel error: Cannot open the specified file.
Do you think this problem is something of my own doing or some "undocumented feature" in Excel?
I have a file having around 57 sheets.But here,I have taken a example.I want a file whose show me only summary sheet.But when,I click the cell no.C7 then the related sheet should be open i.e.FNDADRSCC,and all the sheets should be hide.I have little knowledge of HYPERLINK formula but not to the desired stage.
For more clarification, refer attached file.i.e. BOM Sheets
Desire result file have attached also i.e. Excel_formula
I have set up a workbook (wb2) that has external references to another workbook (wb1). All is good and works fine when you open the 2 files from windows explorer. I have then put a hyperlink to wb2 from wb1. When you click on this link the file opens but throws up errors saying some of the named ranges cannot be found?
I'm trying to build a hyperlink using text formulas in Excel but I get the following error message: "Unable to open [link]. The internet site reports that the item you requested could not be found. (HTTP/1.0 404)". The strange thing is that if I copy-paste the link in the web browser, the page opens normally (which proves the link is correct).
I have this code that looks through my worksheet once the conditions are met it will email, and in column "M" I put a hyperlink to where the document is stored. All works as far as the email format, even grabs the hyperlink but it’s not clickable in the email.
Here is the code.
I am outlook 07 and vista 07.
Option Explicit Const Startingrow = 11 'Data starts on row ## Const AlarmDelay = 183 'send warning Sub CheckTimeLeftFac() 'References needed : 'Microsoft Outlook Object Library
Dim i As Long Dim j As Long Dim msg As Long Dim Lastrow As Long Dim WhoTo As String Dim SubjectLine As String Dim MessageBody As String Dim olMail As Outlook.MailItem Dim olApp As Outlook.Application Dim strLink As String
I have hyperlinks betwene one worksheet to another - they only only hyperlinked thourh column & rows (eg: A100) etc. How can I lock these hyperlinks but still allow users to insert new rows without losing their place?
I am having a slight problem copying hyperlinks. I have written some code that sorts data by date and then creates a simple diary. It originally placed the name of the event in the new diary sheet. What I would like to do is instead of copying the name into this new sheet copy a hyperlink that I have created to the company's website for that event.
I can create the hyperlink using hyperlink(B1,A1) where A1 is the company name and B1 is the web address but since the new sheet will not have the underlying data I need to actually copy the values and format of the hyperlink rather than the formula.
I would like to write a Sub that will see if a workbook is open and if it is not then open it. I know how to have a macro automatically open a workbook, but I run into problems when the macro runs and tries to open an already opened workbook.
My Splash screen opens a few seconds after the workbook has loaded. Is there a way to make the workbook open minimzed until the the splash screen closes then open properly? What I trying to say is that only the splash screen is visible until it closes.
I want to create a macro that will “open the look in list” and stop so I can pick a file to open. I’ve tried to use “record a macro” and “ctrl-o”, but the record a macro won’t stop until I pick a file or cancel the file list. I also tried to use “o” in the short cut key box
I'm trying to open multiple files based on an array of WBnames that are on a 'Dashboard' tab, but I only want to open them if they are not already opened. The code below doesn't seem to check if they are open and just opens everything....
VB: Sub OpenWorkbooks() Dim WorkbookOpen() Dim WBnames() As String 'Array of WorkBooks to be Open Dim WorkbookCnt As Integer
I have two workbooks. One is a no-nonsense form interface that my bosses will use to enter safety information. I'll call this workbook "Form". This file is stored locally on each of their computers. The other workbook is stored on a common drive. I'll call it "Master".
When my bosses fill out the Form and click "Submit", the Master file is opened, and certain cells are populated based on information entered in the Form. This is the code I am using to make this happen:
I have built a sub that prompts the user for a folder then opens every workbook in the folder 1 at a time to get stats on the contents of each workbook. Worked like a dam until I ran into an unexpected bug. Some of the users built on open events in their workbooks. ...
Right now my routine inventories workbooks to get formula counts, cell counts, most complex formula, highest value... it does this by looping throught the sheets and the cells. If there is a way of obtaining those stats without opening the workbook I may need to rethink a lot of my work.
way to suppress the code in the target workbook I open through workbooks.open
I did a macro on my mac to transfer a sheet from one workbook to another worbook. It works very well when the destination workbook is open. Therefore I wanted to add some piece of code to check if the destination workbook is open. If not then I wanted the macro to open it before tranfering the sheet. Here is the code I´m using for tranfering the sheet
Sub Transfer_Sluttet() If ActiveSheet.Index <> Sheets.Count Then Application.DisplayAlerts = False Set ws = ActiveSheet Sheets(ws.Index + 1).Delete ws.Move Before:=Workbooks("Sluttet.xls").Sheets("sheet2") 'Moves active sheet to beginning of named workbook. 'Replace Test.xls with the full name of the target workbook you want. Application.DisplayAlerts = True End If End Sub
This is the type of macro I useually use on my pc to check if a workbook is open and if not then open it
If IsWorkbookOpened("Filename.xls", "C:Documents and ..................
how to make a MsgBox open anytime a cell in Column A was double-clicked--and the content of the MsgBox was from the cell in the same row in column Z. I've now realized the double-clicking isn't an ideal solution, as it's easy to click in another cell and mess up all the formulas.
(1) Code that deactivates the "edit directly in cell" option when the workbook is opened.
(2) Code that opens the MsgBox when a cell in Column A is clicked just once (or similarly less fool-proof than double-clicking or right-clicking).
Dim myname As String myname = Application. GetOpenFilename
I use it to attempt to open first a QuickBooks file and then an excel workbook. The Quickbooks file opens fine. The Excel workbook never appears to open but I do get the full file pathname to my excel workbook returned which I then parse off to get just the workbook name.
Why would it behave this way? I open both these files manually all the time.
Also, I'm trying to use a filter as follows:
myname = Application.GetOpenFilename("*.QBW")
I get a compile error saying that I'm calling the function wrong.
is it possible to write vb code to open the workbook, scroll through everysheet? extract the values from each worksheet?
let's just say, I only know the workbook name, but not the sheets of the name inside. So the vb code could scroll through every worksheet without knowing the worksheet name, only the workbook name(workbook.xls)