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Access 2003 Hyperlink Issue

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by BobJL, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. BobJL

    BobJL
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    I've recently installed Access 2003 (previous version was 2002). I can not
    longer create a hyperlink from queries within a datbase. The target
    locations/columns are formated with hyperlink data type. I can still open
    hyperlinks in this database that was previously formatted while in Access
    2002. However, I can still add hyperlinks to other hyperlink data type
    columns within this same Access 2003 Table if it's a word.doc or MS Streets &
    Trip file.

    The problem, I believe, is that I can not set the location to the hyperlink
    because I no longer can view a query within the selected database. And can
    not select the "object within this database" as before installing Access
    2003. Therefore, I no longer can select the query I need to hyperlink to
    complete the hyperlink. Please help!
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    Thanks,

    BobJL
     
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