VBA add hyperlink SharePoint issue

ShoYnn

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Office Version
  1. 2016
Platform
  1. Windows
Alright, this one is kind of annoying. I am running Excel 2016. In my workbook I have a button that creates a job on a calendar and on another sheet that is used to add members to perform that job. The button also creates a hyperlink on the calendar for the job that was just added to the location of that job on the sheet to add members, so that when there are a ton of jobs the user can use the calendar to quickly access the job to add teams. Everything was working perfectly until we recently upgraded our system to the "cloud". Now, when my button creates the hyperlink, when hovering over it instead of seeing just the sheet name and cell reference, it shows a SharePoint url then the sheet and cell reference. It isn't entirely an issue, except for the fact that I have the sheet locked and now the hyperlink won't work unless the sheet, or cell, is unlocked. Is there a way to prevent the creation of the hyperlink to prevent adding the SharePoint url?

I just double verified, and even manually adding a hyperlink to the other sheet makes it a SharePoint url. This is annoying, especially since the SharePoint is linked to my account, and other people will be using this file and I don't want to risk people not being able to use the links
 

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