hyperlink! button! question

j4ymf

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hi

i was wondering if i was to create a button using the forms toolbar can i create a hyperlink from that button to somewhere in the same workbook.

or my question is can you link a hyperlink to a button


thanks jason


or in visual basic code how do i jump to cell 1000 can i use a button that way?


or am i barking up the wrong tree,

i need five buttons each linking to different parts on the same sheet
 

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gobias

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If you don't need the destination of the hyperlink to be dynamic,
the easiest solution is to use the Drawing toolbar, and use an auto shape, which you can assign a hyperlink to by right clicking.
 

Pollygirl

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I'd just record a simple macro using F5 (go-to) click on the place you want on the sheet, save it and link it to the button.

The VB looks like this: Application.Goto Reference:="R150C15"
 

j4ymf

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hello pollygirl

can you explain step by step what i need to do please, you have lost me

thanks
 

Pollygirl

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Using Tools Menu, Macro, Record New Macro - give the macro a name and hit "ok".

Hit F5 on your keyboard, enter the cell reference on the worksheet you want to go to.

Click the stop sign to finish your macro.. or go to tools menu, Macros, Stop Recording.

Now make your button using the forms toolbar. Link it to that macro you just made.

Rinse, repeat.
 

j4ymf

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thankyou that works great
 

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