Hyperlink In Cell Have Email CODE But Hyperlink Is Not Clickable
Jul 2, 2009
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.
Const Startingrow = 11 'Data starts on row ##
Const AlarmDelay = 183 'send warning
'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 had someone look up a price on a website, for a list of part numbers, and copy the link to the website page into my spreadsheet.
Now I want to transfer the price and link to my main spreadsheet.
I know how to use VLookup to get the info to my main spreadsheet but when I transfer the link using VLookup it does not come as a hyperlink that I can click on and be sent to the webpage. It is just text.
How do I convert the links to a hyperlink that I can click on and be sent to the webpage?
I have the following code to do something similar to above but I need to add the filepath as a hyperlink to the email along with the body text. I have 4 cells in the Excel workbook that contain 1) Who to sen to:, 2)The Subject:, 3) A sentence for the Body of the email and 4) The filepath of the workbook as a hyperlink.
I want to add both the Body text and the hyperlink to the email so that the person opening the email can click on the link and open the file.
this is my code for the Email I am sending with Excel:
With OutMail .to = email .Subject = assunto If OptionButton6.Enabled Then .body = "1st: You recieved a S.A.C. (Solicitação de Ação Corretiva) please solve the problem, which is described below." & vbCrLf & "Decription: " & TextBox1.Value & vbCrLf & "Path of document: " & actualpath
I have a path to a workbook. But you cant klick on this path when you recieve the mail. So how can I make this path visible like a hyperlink?
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.
When I type a eMail address, such as: " firstname.lastname@example.org " into any cell and then touch enter, it automatically becomes a hyperlink coloring it blue and underscored. I do not want it to be a hyperlink, for when it is a hyperlink, I have to click on remove hyperlink.
I have an excel spreadsheet on a network, and I need to be able to email a link to the spreadsheet to everyone who needs to use it.
I have done the formula =cell("filename") to get the filepath, i have created a userform which initialises textbox1 to pick up the filename. I have written a macros to create an email, it puts in the subject and the body of the message. In the body of the message is the value of textbox1, but i cannot get it to format this filepath as a hyperlink.
Here's the code in it's entirity i have done:
[VBA] Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() ESubject = "A Workbook has been created which requires your input." SendTo = ""
I have a spreadsheet where when cell is clicked, it opens the hyperlink dialogue and allows a user to insert a hyperlink into the cell next to it.
Code: Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Count > 1 Then Exit Sub If Target.Column = 27 And Target.Row > 7 And Target.Row < 401 Then If Application.Dialogs(xlDialogInsertHyperlink).Show Then Target.Cut Target.Offset(, 1) End If End If End Sub
So if the cell AA8 is click it allows the user to insert a hyperlink and the hyperlink is pasted in to the cell AB8.
What I need: Is for the cell AA8 to say "Click to Add Hyperlink" and then once a hyperlink is added AB8 to say in the cell "Hyperlink to Folder".
I am using the code below to send emails from my Outlook Express. The code is working fine. Recently, I added additional email addresses into this code. When I did, I got an error message. The error message is below. Please help me modify this code or propose an alternative because I need to send out many emails. I prefer not to use Outlook unless I have got no choice....
I have an email hyperlink setup on my excel sheet and I would like to automatically (not manually) add a sentence that is another cell (that changes from time to time) to the subject line or the body of the email.
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've managed to get the following macro working except for one small thing - the link to the folder where the spreadsheet (that will be attached to the email) resides (which I got to work fine in a macro to send out tasks) just ends up as plain text and is not clickable
Make this link clickable in the email so that when the recipient receives the email they can just click on the link and go straight to the relevant folder please? (I've highlighted the line with what I would like to work as a link in red)
I believe I have 99% of what I need. The code below has one bug. (See just the underlined text for a very quick overview. The rest is detail.)
My goal is to generate a TOC that: 1) has the VBA run from my Personal Workbook. 2) can be run in any worksheet of any open workbook. 3) can be run in a worksheet of any name. 4) will insert itself at the currently active cell. 5) has entries hyperlinking to the referenced worksheets - of any name.
Right now, I'm stuck with the last point. The macro below will generate the TOC at the currently active cell. The TOC will be hyperlinks to the referenced worksheets.
However, if the referenced worksheet contains a space, dash, or other special character then the generated hyperlink is broken. For example, if the referenced worksheet is "sheet1" then the hyperlink generated works just fine. However, if the referenced worksheet is "sheet-1" then the generated hyperlink doesn't work.
Sub IndexList() Dim objSheet As Object Dim intRow As Integer Dim strCol As Integer
Set objSheet = Excel.Sheets intRow = ActiveCell.Row 'Start writing in active row strCol = ActiveCell.Column 'Start writing in active column
For Each objSheet In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets Cells(intRow, strCol).Select ActiveSheet.Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=Selection, Address:="", SubAddress:= _ objSheet.Name & "!A1", TextToDisplay:=objSheet.Name intRow = intRow + 1 Next End Sub
I have tried searching the forums and google but most of them explain how to use hyperlink with regards to different cells or worksheet or dedicated internet links. i have a little twist to that and am unable to figure out exactly how to make that happen?
My requirements: cell a3 has value 321011 now this needs to be hyperlinked iteself meaning
cell A3 will display the same value 321011 but should be hyperlinked to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321011
I have a number of sheets with a "target" cell in specified rows that contains text and a hyperlink to a file (JPG or GIF). I need to modify the filename and pathname according to other values in other cells, then update the target cell text and hyperlink.
So far i have the old filename, path and hyperlink A also have the new filename, path and hyperlink And, i can set the target cell new text.
But how do I set the new hyperlink? I've tried variations on the theme of Range.Hyperlinks(1).Add Address = newHL but nothing seems to work - run time error 438.
(reason for subject being a cell is because it changes with time - part of a bigger macro). If I click this manually it loads the e-mail perfectly but I want it so that user doesnt have to click it and it runs upon click of an earlier button.
I want to have two different links in the same cell. I have a brief paragrpah in the cell that refers to two other documents; I would like to link them. Is it possible to have a hyperlink in a cell such that clicking only on that phrase will trigger the link (just like HTML)? Or is making the entire cell the hyperlink the only alternative?
I was wondering if anyone can tell me how do i make excel add a Value from one cell, into a a string of text that is a hyperlink. For example, i have 2 columns, Part Number, and Web address. The part number is added manually by the user. I want the Web address to be calculated from the Part number so for example.
is it possible for were the XXX is the Part number on that row is automatically inserted. Like this Part Number entered manually as 23456 and the HyperlinkWeb address automatically is this:www.Parts.com/Search=23456
I have a master spreadsheet listing various forms that have to be completed on a monthly basis which are on separate worksheets. I want to be able to put a hyperlink on the master sheet to take the user to that particular form but also to the next month's entry, eg, once Jan, Feb and Mar have been completed, then the hyperlink will take the user to April, etc. Pretty simple I thought??? Not so...... I've found this formula:
which goes down the column, however I want it to go across the row (my form needs the months to go across, not down). My (very limited) understanding of this formula is: reference sheet 2, count non-blanks in column A and go to the next cell down????
So my question is, can this formula be adapted to count non-blanks across a row, or is this a bit of a red herring? Also, what does the # denote on this formula??!!!!!, I cannot find anywhere that says what this is trying to do.
I have a table which as a few columns, the left column is called name and the far right one is called email. The name cells have a drop down list which refers to another workbook with peoples names, when you select a name other cells are automatically populated using the vlookup function such as phone number, email etc. In the workbook it is referencing too with all the data, the email address are like a hyperlink which creates an outgoing mail if you click on it, is there a way to have this in the table as nothing happens when you ckick on the text.