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I would like to list all files in a directory (display the full path) and make hyperlinks to all listed files at the same time.

I came accross the code below which works well for files in a directory:

Sub HyperlinksToDirectory()
' puts hyperlinks to each of the files in a directory of your choice
' into the active sheet starting at the active cell
Dim stDir As String
Dim stFile As String
Dim R As Range
Set R = ActiveCell
stDir = InputBox("Directory?", , Default:=CurDir())
stFile = Dir(stDir & "*.*")
Do Until stFile = ""
R.Hyperlinks.Add R, stDir & "" & stFile, , , stFile
Set R = R.Offset(1)
stFile = Dir()
Loop
R.CurrentRegion.Sort key1:=R, order1:=xlAscending, header:=xlNo
End Sub

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