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Q: Word 2003 jpg hyperlink does nothing

Would be grateful if anyone could advise on a problem with hyperlinks in Word 2003 (Win XP) -

I have created standard hyperlinks to various files (doc, avi and jpg) in a Word document. The doc and avi files display with no problem when clicked on, but nothing (much) happens when I click on any of the links to jpegs. The cursor briefly shows the hourglass so it is doing something, but then it reverts to the pointer and that is it. I am sure the pathnames are correct - and if they weren't, Word would display an error message.

It seems to be failing to launch the associated viewer (Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, intially) or perhaps not even trying. If I double-click on any of the files in Windows Explorer they are displayed with no problem. I have tried changing the associated application (to Paint, for instance) and again the images open with no problem from Explorer but nothing happens if I click on the corresponding link in Word. This is computer-specific because if I open the same document on my laptop and click on on a links to a jpg it opens in Internet Explorer.

One thing I am wondering is whether Word ignores the normal file extension association and makes its own choice about which viewer to use.

Other than this I cannot see why the jpgs should fail to display. Have searched the internet quite thoroughly and failed to find a reference to this problem with Word.

It is a fairly high spec PC without other known glitches.


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Is there any way to PERMANENTLY change the Hyperlink Default for Word 2003?

I have several lengthy documents containing numerous hyperlinked bookmarks to direct you to other locations within the same document.
In Word 2003, the default requires you to press CTRL while clicking in order to follow the link.
However, I would rather that the link functioned directly when clicked, without having to press CTRL.

I?ll go to TOOLS > OPTIONS > EDIT & uncheck the ?Use CTRL + Click to follow hyperlink? option.
I have also gone into TOOLS > OPTIONS > GENERAL> WEB OPTIONS > FILES & made sure ?Update links on save? is checked.
Then the hyperlinked bookmarks work the way I want them to? for the moment.

However, changes I make to hyperlink options are NOT retained, especially not after a reboot or general ?housecleaning? (clearing document histories, etc.)
I have to repeat all my TOOLS > OPTIONS changes each & every single time? & it?s aggravating!!

So? Is there actually any way to PERMANENTLY change the Hyperlink Default for Word 2003?

A:Hyperlink Default: Word 2003

To prevent Word from changing your hyperlinks:
Click ToolsOn the General tab, click the Web Options buttonIn the Web Options window, click the Files tab.Clear the check box for “Update links on save.”Click OK to save your preferences.

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I recently followed Anne Troy's advice on changing multiple hyperlinks in a word document using the search and replace function after revealing Field Codes. That worked awesomely except for one thing. While the actual link goes to the correct place, the data in the yellow window that pops up still identifies the old link as does the edit hyperlink window. Have I missed a layer of updating this information? Just in case, I have saved the file and restarted Word to no avail.



PS: this is my first time posting although I've used techguy significantly with past issues by referring to other forum posts.

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When you make a hyperlink there's a option of selecting email. Which then makes a box appear asking the me to insert the email address, subject line and body of text.

what I would like to do is auto-populate the subject line with words written in the document--or---auto populate the subject line with the contents of a fill-in form field.

Is this possible -- Oh i'm using Microsoft Word 2003.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance

A:Solved: Auto populate subject line in word 2003 - hyperlink

I figured it out!! I don't know how to remove the thread....

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I am having issues with Word and Outlook 2003. I just upgraded them from 2000 and now I am running into a couple of issues. Help!

Microsoft Word 2003
- Can't highlight or select an area on my Word page with my mouse. I can use my keyboard, but that becomes quite annoying as you can imagine.

Microsoft Outlook 2003
- Can't highlight or select an area on my page with my mouse. I can use my keyboard, but that becomes quite annoying as you can imagine.
- Can't open Word document attachments only. I can open excel, pdf, etc..., but not Word.

I have restarted my pc, reinstalled office 2003, erased the normal.dot profile, removed the 11.0\Word\Data registry and no luck. Any solutions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

A:Can't highlight in Word 2003 and Outlook 2003. Can't open Word 2003 attachments.

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I have a many-page document in Word 2002. Is there a way I can use a hyperlink to jump to a different page? It looks to me like I can only hyperlink to the top of the document, a footnote, or headings.

Any help would be appreciated.


A:Hyperlink in MS Word


To the best of my knowledge, you can only hyperlink to another section of the same document if the area you wish to hyperlink to is a heading text (as opposed to normal, etc) or a bookmark.

Highlight the area you want to be the hyperlink.

1. You can either right click your mouse or click insert on the top menu bar.
2. Click hyperlink.
3. Choose the 'place in this document' button on the left hand side of the hyperlink window.
4. You will be offered a choice of subjects you can link to.
5. Click the subject that you want to link to.

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Is there a way of inserting a hyperlink, using M$ Word 2003, so that the link opens in a new Window ?
The objective is to be able to close the link without exiting the main page when this is made into a web page.

Iíve tried several things and I just canít get it.

How would I code this link ?? Ö http://home.comcast.net/picture.jpg

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Can you please help.
I am not very good at programming and I need to create a script for executing the following function. I wish to create an "Automatic hyperlink creator for word 97"
I want to do the following task:
Automatically select bookmark for selected text and give hyperlink for that text so replacing manual work that consists of: if bookmarks are created, we search for specific text where we have to put hyperlink and then select the text and give the hyperlink.


A:Word 97 Hyperlink

I'm not sure I understand. If you could give me the scenario, I might be able to help better.

Brainbench MVP for Microsoft Word

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Good morning,

Is it possible to add code to the "On Dbl Click" of a data field to automatically open the Insert-Hyperlink menu?

I have a form that has a field pointing to a table with hyperlink set as a data type. What I want to do is easily be able to have a user enter a hyperlink to a project document on a network drive for future reference. I have it working now, but the user has to know to pick the drop menu INSERT then pick HYPERLINK to open the menu to browse to the document. What I would like to be able to do is when the user double clicks the field have the insert-hyperlink menu automatically open.

Is this possible?

A:MS Access 2003 - Hyperlink a field

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I have Outlook 2003 at work. If I get an email with a hyperlink and click on it all I get is a blank browser page. I then have to cut and past the link in the address bar. I assume that there is some sort of option I need to tick or untick to allow me to click on a hyperlink and have the web page open. But I am not sure where such an option is. Does anyone know?


A:Outlook 2003 - Hyperlink not working

Open up Add\Remove Programs from Control panelClick on Add\Remove Windows ComponentsUncheck Internet Explorerclick finishClose all Applications and Restart your ComputerAfter Restarting again Check mark the Internet Explorer under Add\Remove Windows ComponentsThat Should Work....If it did not work then let me know again and would give another approach to it, let me know,what is the Browser Version you are usinghow many browser are installed or were installed when everything was working fine?

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This is driving me absolutely insane....

How do you insert a hyperlink to a file when the email is in HTML format? I figured it out for Rich Text format.

And what the hell good is the "Insert as Text" option?!? That's the dumbest thing I've ever seen.

All help greatly appreciated. Thanks

A:Outlook 2003 - Hyperlink Question

To insert a hyperlink while editing a HTML email message, go to the "Insert" menu and select "Hyperlink"

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I am looking for some VB code to create a relative hyperlink in my Access 2003 database. I know about 'hyperlinkaddress', but can not get it to work with each entry in my table. Here is an example:

Field data Desired Hyperlink address
alldata.pdf /mydir/alldata.pdf
myform.pdf /mydir/myform.pdf
ectetc.pdf /mydir/ectetc/pdf

I simply want to append /mydir/ in the hyperlink address and eliminate the Access appended 'http://". I know VB code will do this, but I am having issues using it.
Also, I have already tried using the Database Properties - Hyperlink base - it does not work for HTML formated reports.


A:VB Hyperlink code in Access 2003

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How do I comand Outlook to stop blocking ability to open hyperlink by clinking on it.
I get message to contact administrator.
I am a single user.

A:outlook 2003 blocks hyperlink

In Microsoft Outlook Express and in Microsoft Word, hyperlinks appear in underlined blue text, but when you click a hyperlink, nothing may occur.
To resolve this problem, follow these steps:
Try this:
Click Start, click Run, type the following command in the Run dialog box, and then click OK:
regsvr32 urlmon.dll

Repeat step 1 for each of the following commands:
regsvr32 softpub.dll
regsvr32 mshtml.dll
regsvr32 shdocvw.dll
regsvr32 browseui.dll
regsvr32 msjava.dll
regsvr32 Actxprxy.dll
regsvr32 Oleaut32.dll
regsvr32 Shell32.dll (Windows XP and Windows 2000 only)

You can copy/paste each of these into the Run box
Sometimes the above doesn't work,if that's the case,try this:
Open Internet explorer/Tools/Internet Options/Programs.
At the bottom,click on Reset web settings.
Restart and try again.

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Hi. I've been using Office 2003 for a while now, but recently, I've had some problems with its hyperlink formatting.

Say I wanted to copy the fourth paragraph (the one with all the hyperlinks) from this page.

In the past, I could copy it to Word and it would appear like this:

In case you've forgotten, in the previous episodes, Jack handed Vaughn the key to his Warehouse of How to Forget Your Wife Duped You paraphernalia, and Vaughn paid it a visit. Katya, Irina's sister, showed up long enough to save Syd's *** and pretend to be a good guy. That'll be important here in a bit. Sark tortured Vaughn, who, thankfully, remained shirtless for much of the episode. And Nadia, Syd's sister, can channel Rambaldi. We know this because Syd repeats that entire storyline toward the end of the previouslys. God. It's only the previouslys and I'm already annoyed. Syd saves Nadia, and that's where we pick up.Click to expand...

with the hyperlinked words on the original webpage also hyperlinked on the document.

Now, however, when I copy it, it comes out like this:

When I copy/paste from that to Notepad, though, the formatting goes back to the original (no ugly HYPERLINK text). I haven't changed any settings on Word and on the AutoComplete/AutoFormat, I'm set to autoformat Internet links. I've tried playing with the default format to see if it helps, but it really doesn't. Would anyone know what the issue could b... Read more

A:Hyperlink formatting in Word

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I have inserted a "Top of Documrnt" hyperlink in a document but am unable to activate it.
The only way it will avtivate is to rightt click and select "Open Hyperlink".
Please advise how to get it to activate by clicking it or passing curser over the hyperlink. TKS BOB A

A:Word 2007 Hyperlink

you will probably get better / quicker responses,
if you move your thread to the business applications:
just click: report
type in: move to business applications

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See image. How do I get rid of the hyperlink stuff to be able to print. thanks

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I want to have a phrase with an associated hyperlink connected to it (in Word doc) that the reader can click on without having to hold down the control key. What's the best way to do this?
Also, if there is a better part of the forum for this question I would appreciate any help on the redirect. Thanks.

A:Hyperlink Question in Word

from the Tabs click the "Edit" tab.
Uncheck "Use CTRL + Click to follow hyperlink
Press "OK"

the phrase you have in word
the phrase should be at the top of the box
and atthe bottom you type in the url

probably better in the business applications forum as a word issue - i'll move

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EDIT: Please read the whole thing before replying, this isn't the typical HTML not working or Pictures not showing up in outlook issue =)

I have an extremely weird issue, so I'll explain it with as much detail as possible, and list the steps I took to diagnose it. The problem is I have a user, and they get an email from a company that embeds a graphic (it appears to be in .png format), but when the user gets the email, they see something that looks like this where the graphic should be "[cid:[email protected]:321321DSADAS] <--- I made that up from memory but it looks like that.

All the other users that get the same email see the image. If a user that sees the image properly, sends this email to the user having issues, then they can see the embedded graphic. I also thought it might be a hyperlink problem, since the guy has a [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Hyper link that shows up as normal text.

If the user sends himself the email with the embedded link, it still comes over broken but crazily, adds the embedded graphic as an attachment automatically ?!?! (I know none of this makes a lot of sense..., hence why I'm here)

I call the company sending the email, and had him send several emails to 2 users with different email addresses from the same domain name, both using Outlook 2003, and one user things always worked, the other user it always came over wrong.

So far to diagnose. I've done this Go to Tools --> Options... Read more

A:Outlook 2003 Can't view HTML/Hyperlink sometimes

Psych said:

Any ideas on files to delete that will remake themselves or whatnot will be most helpful.Click to expand...

Hi Psych,
With the usual caveat about backing up the registry before you make changes, try:

Delete OutlookSecureTempFolder

Any luck?

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The hyperlink worked well in my Access 2003 application with Widows XP and also with Windows Vista on 2 older computers. With my new HP Notebook with Windows 7 Home premium and Internet 8, I get the following message when I click on the Hyperlink in my Access 2003 application : "an unexpected error has occurred"

Microsoft support won't help unless I paid for support

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I like to use Excel hyperlinks to create an index to info in My Documents. I get really tired of the warning: "Hyperlinks can be harmful...Click only on trusted...Do you want to continue?"

Is there a way I can turn this off?


A:Turn off hyperlink warning in Excel 2003

That's a setting in Internet Explorer, I think. You'd probably be better off to save it as an HTML file. That's what I do. It's on my desktop.

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I have a word document that is littered with hyperlinks. The links themselves work fine, but for some reason, most of them are not blue anymore! All I'm really looking to do is try to find a way to use a macro or something to go through the document and add the "Hyperlink" style format to each hyperlink.

I tried to edit some macro code myself (one that changes all the links URLs), but I keep making the problem worse! I used to be good at VBScript, but it's been ages since then.

Any easy solution that doesn't involve manually changing each style?

As a side note, all of them currently are in "Normal" style, for some reason.

A:Trying to fix hyperlink problem in Word! Getting stumped!

It's also worth noting that the problem isn't that I've clicked links and it changed for that reason. They are mixed between black and blue. Most of the black links have a blue underline.

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Hi there,

I have a question about inserting a hyperlink into a word 2003/2007document. Is there any way to have a link insterted without the user having to press ctrl to click on the link? I have tried with the full path as the link and also using a a keyword pointing to a url but each time the user has to hit ctrl to open the link. Is there anyway a user can just click the link to go to a webpage?

Thank you.

A:Solved: Hyperlink in a word document

In MS word go to Tool\Options, select the Edit tab, and uncheck the "Use Ctrl+click to follow hyperlink" option.

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I have many sites that I frequent that I have saved in a word document. I click on each one and it opens a new tab for each in firefox. My question is this. Is there anyway to open all links automatically or with a click, without having to click each one, that are located in a word document?

For example, the add on to firefox where you can draw a square around many links at once and they will all open. Hope this makes sense and thanks

A:Hyperlink question re: Word 2007

Bookmark them and put into separate folder of bookmarks, then open all in Tabs.

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Exactly what the title says! How? Thanks.

A:How do I make a hyperlink of a word or sentence, etc.?

In what? Word, Excel, Outook, the forum editor?

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Does any one know why Word 2000 hyperlinking has a nice option to hyperlink a document by just clicking on the folder name(s) and then on the document itself. Outlook (both 2000 and 2002) makes you type in the the complete path and file name such as file\\my documents\helpme.doc. Users just can't do the file name thing. Can Outlook be changed so that hyperling is like word? I have attached a file if you want to see what I am talking about.

A:Hyperlink options different in word vs outlook

I don't think so, but consider this:

Browse to the file, right-click and hit properties.
Copy the name and path.
Paste it into your hyperlink...

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I'm using an old version of Office 97, and I'm experiencing an odd variation on a problem I thought that I had solved, regarding how to modify the appearance of embedded hyperlinks.

Just recently, any inserted hyperlink in Word is now showing up looking like this, with this odd trailing subscript capital T after the standard underlined hyperlink itself:

Nothing I see in the Style formatting under Hyperlinks seems to account for or explain why that subscript T shows up. I can easily backspace it out of the hyperlink, but I wondered if anyone else has a suggested solution to this problem. Thanks!

A:Strange Hyperlink Formatting In Word

CDobyns said:

I'm using an old version of Office 97, and I'm experiencing an odd variation on a problem I thought that I had solved, regarding how to modify the appearance of embedded hyperlinks.

Just recently, any inserted hyperlink in Word is now showing up looking like this, with this odd trailing subscript capital T after the standard underlined hyperlink itself:

Nothing I see in the Style formatting under Hyperlinks seems to account for or explain why that subscript T shows up. I can easily backspace it out of the hyperlink, but I wondered if anyone else has a suggested solution to this problem. Thanks!Click to expand...

It's very simple try using hyperlink or anchor tag

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I'm experiencing the following situations and would appreciate any insight and help the group could provide.

The situation:

I'm running windows 2000, office 2003 professional, Outlook 2003 and Internet Explorer (ver. 6.0.2800.1106). All are current versions including upgrades and patches.

When I open Outlook 2003 and open a email message with a link in it, I should be able to click on the link and go directly to it within Explorer. Instead, an error message box appears as follows: "This operation has been canceled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator" There is no administrator, as it a single user PC.

I have been researching similar questions and see there are several regarding not being able to see the internet explorer options, etc. But nothing on this issue. I have spoken to Microsoft to no availa, tried de-installing, reloading, etc but to no avail.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Paul Guyette, NH
[email protected]

A:Outlook 2003 hyperlink issues with Internet Explorer

Hi Luckydog,

Did you try this link http://www.outlook-tips.net/archives/20030805.htm ?

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Hi gang,

how do i get a link in an email say, "www.helponthe.net" to look like something else, say click "here " for link?

hope this makes sense


A:(Solved) Attach Hyperlink to a word in E-mail

If you are using OE then type the sentence the way you wish it to read and then highlight the word you want to appear as a hyperlink. Once highlighted select the insert tab up top of the E-mail and select Hyperlink. Type your URL in there and click OK.
There are other options such as Mailto and so on.

Let us know if that is what you wanted.


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I have the Windows Vista Starter version loaded on my system. The system has two accounts, both with administrator rights, one without a password (created earlier) and one with a password (created later). When I try to follow a hyperlink in MS-Word 2007 using Ctrl+Click in the second account (the one with the password) I've started getting an error message "This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator". This does not happen when I try to Ctrl+Click in MS-Word when logged into the first account (the one without the password). I've even tried disabling the user account settings, but no progress. Help Please!

A:Unable to follow Hyperlink in MS-Word 2007

This might best be handled in the Business Applications section and I will move it there if you request.

Howev er on the account where you are getting that restriction message, have you verified that Internet Explorer is the default browser on that account?

I think that can result in the error message if IE is not the default browser.

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Office 2007 Pro.
i have a worksheet which has cells A1:C12 copied and pasted into word as RTF link.
all is good and the numbers update as required.
here is my problem.
the 12 rows have data containing each month for the current year. now when we start a new year, i would like to insert a row in excel so that i can add each additional month. however, i do not want to have a bunch of extra rows to be used for just in case. then i need this extra row to show up in the word document for which it is linked.

now here is the bigger problem.
when i go to the word document and select update link, it will insert the new row i put in, but it will push the last row of the word document.

how can i do this so that my all the rows that i want will be visible (i.e. not be pushed off).


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I have a client with a very strange problem which I can replicate on several computers other than theirs. IE will open the website. You can close IE reopen and go back to the site. However if you click a link to website within a Word 2010 document or Excel spreadsheet IE gives an error that the page can not be displayed. If you then close IE and Word, reopen IE and try to go to the site it says page can not be displayed. If you wait apporx 30 min and try again IE will display the page. But if you reopen Word or Excel, click the link you get the same error again and IE will not open the page. This issue only happen with this particular site, no others. The other interesting part is once one computer on the network errors out no computer on the same network can access the site either for approx. 30 min.

The same link works fine in Outlook. All computers are using Win7 64.

I have a computer with Office 2003 on it and everything works fine.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated

A:Word Hyperlink Kills Website in Browser

I would probably have to have a copy of the markup and the file in front of me. It seems like something is cached or a cookie is stored upon attempting to go to that page, because it doesn't make sense that the issue expires after approximately half an hour...wait, what?!

The other interesting part is once one computer on the network errors out no computer on the same network can access the site either for approx. 30 min.

This just blows me away... but I have a thought!
Were all the several computers that you replicate the issue on tied to the same or similar networks as the initial one?

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I am an experienced pc user, but I'm a mac novice (idiot). I have converted lots of my old (windows) word documents to mac word. None of the hyperlinks worked, so I recreated them. The hyperlinks to webpages work fine, but the links to .jpg and .bmp, and .mov files will NOT open, even though they open just fine on the mac individually, so I know the files are good. I've looked everywhere I can think to look for a solution. Can anybody help?

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I have many users setup to access a desktop
shortcut to a folder which holds Word documents (indexes for Policies). Each index contains links to the actual policies. For one user however, when she opens a file containing the index, the links are not an underlined title (as it should be). Rather, she is seeing hyperlink\pathname stuff (text)...

What's causing this and how do I get the link to be reflected as it should?

A:{SOLVED}Word:Hyperlink not functioning properly

Go to Tools, Options, View--is the "Field Codes" box checked? If so, uncheck it and the hyperlink should display (if that's the problem).

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I have a .doc file I made from a web page. It contains a lot of hyperlinks. I know how to remove single hyperlinks with a right click, but is it possible to remove all of them at once?



A:Solved: Hyperlink removal in Word 2000

If you were not interested in maintaining formatting you could save it as a plain text file and it will remove the hyperlinks.

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I'm using an old version of Office 97, and I was wondering why when I embed a hyperlink behind some text in Word, that action always seems to result in a change of the font of the foreground text (changes from Arial to Times New Roman). Is there something I can do in some Preferences/Options setting, or something, simply to have the font stay as originally configured?

A:Solved: Embed a Hyperlink in Word - Font Changes?

I both love it and hate when I solve my own problems, but I think this sequence is the solution to this issue:

1. Choose the Style option from the Format menu. Word displays the Style dialog box.
2. Use the List drop-down list (bottom left corner) to select the All Styles setting.
3. In the list of styles, select the Hyperlink style.
4. Click on the Modify button. This displays the Modify Style dialog box.
5. Click on the Format button and choose Font from the resulting drop-down list. This displays the Font dialog box.
6. Modify the font settings for your hyperlinks, as desired.
7. Click on OK to close the Font dialog box. The Modify Style dialog box is still visible.
8. Make sure the Add To Template check box is selected.
9. Click on OK to close the Modify Style dialog box.
10. Click on Close to dismiss the Style dialog box.

I'm marking this one Solved - thanks and nice work . . . Chris!

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I have a long Word 2002 document (running XP Professional 2002) that includes several hyperlinks to several other Word documents. If I click on the hyperlinks, they work - i.e., I can follow them to the target. However, if I print the first file, the hyperlinks simply appear as text. Is there a way to print the file so that the hyperlinks are automatically followed, brought in and printed out along with the main document?

Some of the target documents themselves include references to other files, this time to PowerPoint slides. I'm not certain whether these are hyperlinks: they look like pictures dropped into the file (there is no file reference). These don't print either, but this time, if I attempt to print I get the message "Error! Objects cannot be created from editing field codes."

I have not been able to find anything on this in Word Help or on the Microsoft site: it's all about updating hyperlinks, changing the format of the link reference, etc.

A:Printing hyperlink/field targets in Word

Try opening the document. Click on Insert, Hyperlink. Using "Look in" find the path and click on OK. That should do the trick.

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Does anyone know how to turn off the auto insert hyperlink in Word? You know, when you type in a URL and want it to stay in plain text and not become a clickable hyperlink?

A:How to turn off auto insert hyperlink in Word


Tools > Autocorrect > Autoformat tab

Unselect Replace Internet and network paths with hyperlinks

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I'm using Vista and office 2007.

All document are on a server Small business 2003.

In word 2007 i insert hyperlink to link an Excel document. Only the path is show.

How can i do to print the excel document automatically when i print the word document.

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like in windows Xp you have the wallpaper hyperlink to html page that could show on your desktop

But it doesn't seem to have one one windows server 2003 so there a way to get that on windows server?

Thanks very much for the answer.

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Apparently, when using the normal hyperlink editing mode, you can only enter an address of 256 characters or less. I can manually go into the code section and do it but thatís an extra step that slows me down with hundreds of links to update. Is there any way to make it longer through a registry or setting in Frontpage?

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Hi folks,

Does anyone know how to change the purple default colour for a used hyperlink in Excel 2003?
I have managed to use Format/Style/Modify option to take off the underline and set my font size but would like the actual text not to change clour from blue to purple.

A:Solved: Changing visited hyperlink colour in Excel 2003

Make sure you have a hyperlink and a followed hyperlink in the sheet

Format > Style and in the name dropdown choose hyperlink / followed hyperlink and > modify. You should be able to change the colour

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I am following instructions, and the link appears in the cell, but when I click on it it only jumps to My Pictures and not to the actual photo jpg. What am I doing wrong?

A:Solved: Trouble inserting a hyperlink to a photo in Excel 2003

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I want to send an email through VBA code. I found the code and it works fine, but I want to add hyperlink in the message body, so when a user opens the email and clicks on the hyperlink, it would open the application (in my case Access app.)

Does anybody know how to do this?

Thank you very much,

A:Solved: Access 2003 - adding hyperlink in the email text through VBA

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I originally posted in the Office Forum but hoping someone here has a fresh idea. Here the original forum post

Word Hyperlink Kills Website in Browser

A:Word Hyperlink kills connection to certian website

Hi yes I saw the office thread,
Very interesting,
Any chance this machine added the site to it's safe sites zone ?
Internet options/ Security/ Safe sites icon/ Sites button/ Remove it if it's listed.
Add the site if it's not listed because you've tested on other machines,

Unfortunately I have office 2007 and can't test the issue
Never ran into any issues with links opening via doc... files,
If I did it was because I uninstalled Chrome and the file type protocols got corrupted In the Uninstall,
Might try this to reset all file type associations ?
Default File Type Associations - Restore

I did notice that the site is showing the comp-view icon on the top right of the url bar,
You might try to clearing the comp-view list Microsoft downloads automatically and uncheck that option,
When ie is open use Alt+TB uncheck use Microsoft comp-view lists,
Which might be a common link between different machines and how ie operates ?
Delete the browser history to remove all comp-view lists downloaded automatically,

I did see this on validating the html,
[Invalid] Markup Validation of http://www.sandrawalston.com/ - W3C Markup Validator
I don't know if that is effecting or causing the issue but I just tripped over it

Also I didn't notice which version of ie is being used,
I'm still on ie10,

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clicking on "file:///D:/UpToDate/contents/mobipreview.htm?3/4/3141" in excel redirect to browser but omits "file:///" &"?3/4/3141" portion from the hyperlink thus doesn't open in the browser. how can I let excel redirect file:// protocol without modifying the link
I am cross posting due to time constrains and due to that no one is responding and due to the fact it is a difficult issue to resolve. and I promise when I get it solved I will notify you promptly.

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I'm using hyperlinks in a word doc (2003) but when I try to edit the hyperlink so that the link has meaningful text instead, the link won't open. When I change the text, it gives me options of where to save the text on my computer and I think it's this that's the problem. Once I've changed text to display, it's 'looking' on my computer instead of on the net. Can anyone help with this? Hopefully quite soon as I've got a deadline on this doc and don't want to look like a numpty!

Thanks very much

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