A hyperlink is a way for you to architect how a user will get from one place to another.
Typically they are blue and are underlined, and when a user clicks on it they will be taken to another place, whether it be to another topic, a bookmark in another topic, or to an external website.
The field I am wanting to populate controls numerous lookup functions. The Hyperlinks sheet contains three hyperlinks in cell A3, A6, and A9.
All three hyperlinks point to cell B2 in the Destination sheet .
Of course, there’s a good chance you’ll need to do this more than once, and in large documents, that becomes an unmanageable task if you’re trying to handle it manually.
With Infix, there’s no need to scan the document and alter your hyperlinks ‘by hand’.
When you've finished linking sections and page numbers, the linked Table of Contents will resemble something like this example: For information on editing your hyperlinks, see Hyperlinks in Documents.
When navigating the user to the right content, there’s two ways to point them to the right direction: hyperlinks and Cross-References.
But when the linked worksheet is pulled up, I want to populate the designated field with some text.
The text will change depending on the hyperlink selected, but all the links will connect to the same worksheet and the same field. Yes, this can be done by utilizing macros on two Excel workbook "events". Download Excel spreadsheet (as demonstrated below) In our spreadsheet, there are two sheets called Hyperlinks and Destination.
Over the lifetime of a document, you may need to change the links you’ve created to point to a new location, a new domain or a different file on your company intranet.
You might want to change all of the file extensions for a particular link, or replace one link with another.
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