I have an existing button which has either a macro or hyperlink assigned to it which links to another worksheet within the workbook. I would like to change the worksheet it is linked to. I have tried right click - edit hyperlink and picked a different sheet, and also assign macro - record new macro. I have even removed hyperlink, then inserted new but no matter what it still goes back to the same sheet.
I am in this position after copying and pasting an existing button. I'm not sure how they designed it from scratch so I would really prefer to just change the link.
I have a question regarding hyperlinks...now what i wish to do is force a hyperlink in what i thoguht would be esily dne in a worksheet change event...hw wrong was i.
Lets say i type 'test' in A1 and press enter...now because i ave pressed enter A1 is no longer the active cell so the code in the sheet change event inserts the code into A2 but because A is blank the 'Text to display' becomes the hyperlinks address.
I wrote a simple with/ end with thinking it would work but it doesnt because of the issue above (Hope i am making sense here)
I got round it by copying the activecell (which would be the cell underneath) and pasting it back to the original target cell, which because it contains text does what i wantbut i am hoping for a much cleaner solution.....
My target column is '1' and only one i will just need to exit the sub anywhere else on the sheet
I would like to, using VBA, assign a hyperlink to an excel cell that links to another worksheet within the same workbook. I've tried the forums, and combined with a previous post and MS Excel Help File, I've come up with the following attempt:
strHyper2 is previously defined: strHyper2 = "[WeatherTester.xls]1!A1"
My spreadsheet file is "WeatherTester.xls", my worksheet is "1", and "A1" is the desired link location for the cursor. Counter is an integer. I get the error "Invalid procedure call or argument". I also tried to enter a hyperlink directly through the formula property, but Excel didn't like the single quotations I had to use within the HYPERLINK function. The hyperlink formula works in the following form: =HYPERLINK("[WeatherTester.xls]1!A1","1 Jan")
Is it at all possible to have a hyperlink that when clicked will take the user to detailed information on another page? I have a summary information with account numbers on one page and would like to click on a hyerlink related to the account number and take the user to the detailed information on another page.
to extract the file path, and then try to throw it into the hyperlink formula like:
=HYPERLINK("[&G1&]'Sheet2'!A2","Go to link")
where G1 is the cell where the filepath is stored.
I'm not sure if my syntax or something is wrong but it's not working out.
I am also looking to use vlookup or somethign in the hyperlink formula to match the cells in column A of sheet1 to column B of sheet2 so I can hyperlink it to the same number on sheet2. Right now in the example below it is all linked to go to A2 on sheet2, and dragging the formula down doesnt change it to A3,A4 etc.
I'm having a problem with the HYPERLINK function. I am trying to make jumps from an index sheet to the large worksheet with all the actual info in it. The name of the file is SKU and the large info sheet is also called SKU. First I took the SKU sheet and numbered the rows (="A"&CELL("row",A1)), then in the index worksheet I created a VLOOKUP that finds the corresponding chapter title and returns that value.
A B C 1 2 100 =VLOOKUP(A2,SKU!$A$1:$B$3,2,FALSE) ="[SKU]SKU!"&VLOOKUP(A2,SKU!$A$1:$B$3,2,FALSE) 3 150 =VLOOKUP(A3,SKU!$A$1:$B$3,2,FALSE) ="[SKU]SKU!"&VLOOKUP(A3,SKU!$A$1:$B$3,2,FALSE)
I used the HYPERLINK formula in column D: "=HYPERLINK(C2,A2)" and it returns something that looks like the right thing but the link won't open.
I have workbook that contain several sheets. I want to generate a code that will do "first sheet as Index sheet (no mater what is the name of sheet)". Now in this sheet (Index), I want to put sheet names in sheet's order. OR I want to find the sheet name by just one click in Index sheet (eg. Ctr + F, sheet name, it will go to that sheet) can find all the names of sheet. I won't interested to hyperlink the sheet manually many times on Index sheet.
I want to create a hyperlink from an Excel cell to a worksheet tab. Problem is, the tab name changes frequently. The good news is I have a cell that displays all my tab names and automatically refreshes. How can I create a hyperlink that will like to the tab based on the value in that cell?
I have read a number of posts and other sites and can create the hyperlink in the desired cell but get an error message to the effect, "Cannot open the workbook."
The current macro follows. I believe its description is made in the comment statements below the date-author comment.
Sub DecomposeCTQ() 'Decompose CTQ Macro '14Oct13 Charles T. Carroll' 'This macro copies the template to a new worksheet and takes data from the' ' active cell CTQ and makes it the parent CTQ on the new worksheet. Then' ' it renames the new worksheet with the active cell CTQ ID.' If ActiveCell.Column 2 Then MsgBox "You must be in the CTQ ID Column to run this program" GoTo Leave
I have found the code shown below that imports Folder Contents into a Worksheet in Excel, however i need to import a folder tree structure for a set of folders into a worksheet not the folder contents. Is it possible to do this?
Could the code i found below be altered to list the folders not the folder contents?
The code is:
Sub Print_Dir_Contents() Dim Input_Dir, Print_File As String Input_Dir = InputBox("Input the path containing the files you " & _ "want to list on your worksheet" & Chr(13) & Chr(13) & _ "for example:C:My Documents*.*") If Input_Dir = "" Then Exit Sub ' If you want only to print a specific file type, you can ' substitute the "*.*" with "*.xl*" ' (for Excel files only) for the directory specified in the ' InputBox above. If Application.OperatingSystem Like "*Win*" Then Print_File = Dir(Input_Dir) & "*.*" End If
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 itís 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 am trying to do is have a hyperlink go to another sheet after searching the second sheet for the same value. I have a sheet labeled "IQI" which has the total number of cases for a certain condition. I have another sheet labeled "IQI Cases" which lists out each case individually.
I want to be able to click on the Condidion in the IQI sheet and have that take me to that specific spot in the IQI Cases sheet where the cases for that condition begin.
Right now I just have a simple hyperlink to a range of cells. But each month a report is generated and the range will be different and I have to go and change the range each time. So I guess I want a hyperlink and a lookup function combination.
I dont know if this would be a Macro or a formula.
I'm having a problem getting a hyperlink to work when adding it to a vlookup. The vlookup is looking at a page number and returning the named drawing from an Auto Desk Inventor File. I'm trying to get the returned drawing name to become a hyperlink to open the drawing. I would rather have this added to the formula so if a page number ever changes the hyperlink will change to the correct drawing also. Here is what I have so far but it is just returning an error of " cannot open the specified file". =HYPERLINK(IF(E5="","",(VLOOKUP(E5,'Inventor Import'!$A$2:$E$200,5,FALSE))))
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 just been told that one of our servers is being replaced this weekend. I have thousands of hyperlinks in excel docs that reference this server. Other than manually reestablishing the links one by one to the new server, is there a way to do some kind of global change to replace the old server name with the new server name?
These are not hyperlink formulas, but rather Insert>>Hyperlink.
Or, is there a way to convert these hyperlinks to hyperlink formulas that would omit reference to the server and thus not be broken during the conversion?
Grasping at straws because I cannot envision having to relink these one by one.
Suppose I have and excel workbook with 100 sheets and I want to click from one sheet to another. I created a table of all the sheets and hyperlinked the sheets then copy/pasted the table into each worksheet but that seems primitive. What if I have to revise the table? I will have to do it hundred times !
Is there a smart way to accomplish this using one smart master table that I can copy and paste into each sheet or somehting similar?
I have a list of values in excel that represent image numbers (IMG_0001 etc...) in column A (A1:A703); hence representing my 702 images. I am trying to hyperlink each single image to its respective image which is located on my usb key all in one go (I don't want to hyperlink one at a time as it would take me for ages). Is there an easy way to do that?
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.
My original intent was to have a drop down menu that contained hyperlinked options, but I was told that this required programming code, which I am not capable of doing. Is it possible to create a hyperlink that is based on an IF statement. For example, I could make my selection out of the drop down menu and then click on another cell that would hyperlink to a sheet based on what was selected from the drop down menu.