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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Excel VBA FollowHyperlink Method –
Application.FollowHyperlink method (Access)
FTR I’m already logged into both sites prior to executing the command. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The default value is the empty string.
I’ve been using this for quite a while in place of FollowHyperlink, maybe it will work for you: In your Web browser, the extrainfo argument may appear after the hyperlink address, separated from the address by a question mark? Our new feedback system is built on GitHub Issues.
Hyperlinks: warnings, special characters, errors
JForbes View Member Profile. Yes, indeed, works like a charm for Wal Mart, not so much for Amazon. The defaut value is an empty string. The tickbox for ‘Always use folllowhyperlink app to open. Recently I created links to go directly to the edit pages for our products, making changes quicker for the staff. Message will auto close in 2 seconds. Underneath it all, although this code gives more control, it is still using the followhyperlink method – and that is what is now exhibiting this new problem under Windows 10 it seems.
A string or an array of Byte data that specifies additional information for navigating to a hyperlink. I don’t have a fix to your direct issue, but I do have a workaround. This does not happen outside of MS Access – double-clicking. So cookies doesn’t entirely explain the difference between the two.
Works like a charm.
The code is simple: A String or byte array that specifies additional information for HTTP to use to resolve the hyperlink. Did you try opening the page using Shell Function? HeaderInfo Optional String A string that specifies header information. The location within the target document.
I did have to change the path as this is running on I know I was so narrowly focused on hyperlinks, and fillowhyperlink why one worked and the other didn’t, a shell wasn’t even on my radar. Jan 19 As the Sub procedure runs, browser will open. The default value is False.