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 have a standard mail format which was saved in my hard drive(mail includes attachments and few contents in body) via excel. I've several vendor (#)numbers in my excel sheet, everyday I've to send a mailer to different vendors with necessary documents.
1. Vendor number EX: 12345 was hyperlinked, when I click on that 12345 standard mail format should be opened in outlook and the Vendor number 12345 to copied as TO:12345 CC: defined names in the outlook mail.
I'm trying to use Word mail merge with Excel to create mail labels and letters for each person on the list. For example,
Johnson, Michael 7391 Wilson Street Van Nuys, CA 91405
I want to create a mailing label for this person. If possible, I'd like to make the top line of the address "Dr. Michael Johnson," however the format that I'm copying from is last name, first name. And I also want to want to create a letter that starts with "Dear Dr. Last name," such as "Dear Dr. Johnson." This is the website that I want to copy the addresses from:
Doctors in Los Angeles, CA | Primary Care Physicians and Specialists
I have done my homework, but I don't know how to properly paste the addresses into Excel and then use Word to create the labels and letter. I have tried many ways, but I have been unsuccessful.
I'm so close to having this figured out, I use the formula =HYPERLINK("#Reps!"&ADDRESS(MATCH(9.99999999999999E+307,Reps!C:C),3)) for the hyperlink to the total I have for a PivotTable. But how do I get it to show the actual number as opposed to #Reps!$C$6489 in the hyperlinked cell? Any help would be great.
I need the code to extract the hyperlink address from a certain cell, without using the hyperlink count, i.e. hyperlinks(1), as the hyperlink in that cell is not necessarily number 1 in the count order. Something like this:
How do I get the UNC address from a hyperlink? I insert a hyperlink using Insert -> Hyperlink. When I mouseover the hyperlink I can see the UNC address. However the hyperlink address property does not return the UNC address.
When I type a eMail address, such as: " firstname.lastname@example.org " into any cell and then touch enter, it automatically becomes a hyperlink coloring it blue and underscored. I do not want it to be a hyperlink, for when it is a hyperlink, I have to click on remove hyperlink.
I am hitting a brick wall on this one. I am trying to assign hyperlinks to objects based on the cell value. Here is my code that colors the objects that have the same names as in Column AO. I am trying to also add a hyperlink to those same objects with the cell value in the list. The problem is while a hyperlink is added, I can not get the value of the cell to show up in the hyperlink address.
Sub TurnColOn() Dim i As Integer
On Error Resume Next
LastRowa = Range("AO65536").End(xlUp).Row
For i = 2 To LastRowa Labl1 = Range("AO" & i).Value ActiveSheet.Shapes(Labl1).Select ActiveSheet.Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=Selection.ShapeRange.Item(1), Address:=Labl1 Selection.ShapeRange.Fill.ForeColor.SchemeColor = 10 Selection.ShapeRange.Fill.Visible = msoTrue Selection.ShapeRange.Fill.Solid Next i
I have an office map with a somewhat large number of hostnames similar to the structure shown below. I would like to have a macro scan through the hostnames (they all start with "BIGENTERPRS") and change them into a clickable hyperlink that points to "\hostnamec$". So for example, one hostname is "BIGENTERPRS0001". I want the macro to hyperlink that name to the address \BIGENTERPRS0001C$
Not sure if anybody has been succesful or not in the following but I am writing a macro to check that each hyperlink in my report is operational. My situation is as follows:
Cell A1 has the following hyperlink formula: =hyperlink(Worksheet1!B1,Worksheet1!B2)
I am attempting a workaround to capture the cell reference (B1) where the path and filename is stored and directing the macro to open the link. But when I try to send the hyperlink formula (Cell A1) to a string variable in vba, the result is the contents of Worksheet1!B2 instead of the entire formula.
-> In Excel Cell L4 to L9999, I would like to have Excel have that cell Hyperlinked of a Google search of the contents which were entered in that cell. (or, if that same cell can't be Hyperlinked, then a neighboring cell is OK)
-> So, for example, if cell L4 contained the word: "testing", I would like to be able to click on that text in the cell to open a browser and take me to: [url]
...I hope this can be done without writing a macro (maybe by a formula instead?) BUT, if it's the only way of doing it, then yes, please, in that case, I would LOVE to know how to write/enter the macro.
I have a workbook that has multiple worksheets and I would like to use a command button to e-mail just one selected sheet. I want to create the single sheet as an attachment on a new e-mail message but leave the addressing to the user as it will vary, and not save the single sheet. My challenge is that the users have a variety of different e-mail clients (Outlook, Lotus Notes and others).
I am trying to write a macro to send mail on every Friday and also on last day of every month. If the last day of the month falls on Saturday or Sunday then the macro should mail on Friday. I have written a separate macro to send a mail. I have also written to check day(ie Monday, Tuesday etc) of today. If today is Friday or month end i can send mail. I dont know how to tell the macro to send mail on friday if the month last date is saturday or sunday.
Sub done() Dim Dat As Date, x As Integer, y As Date, sorry As String Dim str As String sorry = "Today is not friday or month end. So i cannot send mails" str = WeekdayName(Weekday(Now()))
I am struggling to find a macro which can look at a name in column 'BT' and search it in the address book of Outlook to then place the email address of that person in column 'ED'
There are 35,000+ people in the address book and there may be over 5 email addresses for one name, so is there any way a message can appear for the user to select which email address is correct if there is more than 1 contact for that name?
Assume the following list of addresses are all in separate cells of a single column (A1-A4). I just need the formula to extract the street addresses, and then a separate formula to extract the zip codes.
5430-44 PASCHALL AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19143 OPA/BRT#: 884350845
4010 MARPLE STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19136 OPA/BRT#: 651087200
2618 SOUTH HOWARD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA 19148 OPA/BRT#: 391251216
5737 WOODCREST AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19131 OPA/BRT#: 522155600
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?