ACCESS FOLLOWHYPERLINK PDF

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The following code works but my instinct tells me this is not good coding and might cause me issues later, any suggestions? If it helps define. Command button for application follow hyperlink in Access: Hello, I have a simple database that I am trying to use to learn. It has 1 table. Hyperlink Method (Access). The FollowHyperlink method opens the document or Web page specified by a hyperlink address.

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Mihai Adrian 1 Why one would work and the other wouldn’t? Message will auto close in 2 seconds. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. Login Login with facebook.

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I’ve been working to make the daily work of maintaining listings easier and have added hyperlink buttons that go directly to the listing wccess on Amazon or Wal Mart etc. BruceM View Member Profile. A string expression that evaluates to a named location in the document specified by the address argument.

I almost always store the file name as text, then assemble the file name and path and use ShellExecute. Since upgrading to Windows 10, I have been having a problem within my MS Access application when using application. For example, you can use ExtraInfo to specify the coordinates of an image acess, the contents of a form, or a FAT file name. Thank you, that’s totally foplowhyperlink. Our new feedback system is built on GitHub Issues. I am going to go with launchURI for now. A Boolean value where True?

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I don’t have a fix to your direct issue, but I do have a workaround. The defaut value is an empty string. ExtraInfo Optional Variant A string or an array of Byte data that specifies additional information for navigating to a hyperlink. Your email address will not tollowhyperlink published. Underneath it all, although this code gives more control, it is still using the followhjperlink method – and that is what is now exhibiting this new problem under Windows 10 it seems. Thanks for your suggestion BruceM, I have not tested that but expect it will also do the trick.

But, the Wal Mart link also requires login credentials and does work.

The code is simple: The location within the target document. Avcess tickbox for ‘Always use this app to open. He is also a: Currently you have JavaScript disabled.

Excel VBA FollowHyperlink Method

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Click here for instructions on how to wccess JavaScript in your browser. HeaderInfo Optional String A string that specifies header information.

I’ve been using this for quite a while in place of FollowHyperlink, maybe it will work for you: The FollowHyperlink method opens the document or Web page specified by a hyperlink address.

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JForbes View Member Profile. You may also leave feedback directly on GitHub. The below example opens a browser and go followhjperlink website. Hi Daniel Thank you for your suggestion.

This hyperlink may be supplied by you or by the user. Cookies are why it works in the browser and not in Access.

A MsoExtraInfoMethod constant that specifies how the extrainfo argument is attached. For example, you can supply parameters to a search engine. Yes, indeed, works like a charm for Wal Mart, not so much for Amazon. Sign in to give feedback. Sign up using Email and Password.

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A String or byte array that specifies additional information for HTTP to use to resolve the hyperlink. I’m dollowhyperlink certain login credentials are the issue but I’ve no idea how to go about making this work.

I was so narrowly focused on hyperlinks, and solving why one worked and the other didn’t, a shell wasn’t even on my radar.