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She had the hyperlinks to the images on a shared network drive, but the Auto Save changed the hyperlinks to reference the C: drive. With ~17000 hyperlinks in multiple worksheets, I faced a daunting task even finding which ones needed tweaking, until I came upon your example -- after which, it was easy to adapt to my own specific XL2013 circumstances. Sub Fix Hyperlinks() Dim wks As Worksheet Dim hl As Hyperlink Dim s Old As String Dim s New As String Set wks = Active Sheet s Old = "C: Userssviseur Documents" s New = "C: Userssviseur Desktop" For Each hl In wks. Also, the I just want to change the "base" of each hyperlink, as in the loaction, of multiple, different named files in the same location.-let me know! Can someone explain to me what the different stages mean as it doesn't seem to work when I try it out.
She wonders if there is an easy way to fix them back to the shared network drive. Or could someone tell me of a good way to test if it working or not.
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The only way you can get to the hyperlink itself is through the use of a macro. Address, s Old, s New) Next hl End Sub is your source for cost-effective Microsoft Excel training. Address, s Old, s New) Next h1End Sub Hi, Tried this script. It's easy to accidentally get an extra space inserted (or alternatively, not inserted), for instance, which may be very difficult to find. Sub Fix Hyperlinks() Dim wks As Worksheet Dim hl As Hyperlink Dim s Old As String Dim s New As String Set wks = Active Sheet s Old = "C: Userssd Documents TAFQMay 2015charts05012015" s New = "C: Userssd Documents TAFQMay 2015charts05042015" For Each hl In wks. Hi Allen Per comment by mike j , Following a PC crash I too have an Excel spreadsheet with many thousand hyperlinks that have all changed to referencing ........ Address, s Old, s New) Next hl End Sub Regards @Hassan Then there is probably something wrong with the path's in s Old and/or s New. For some reason, the macro is only updating one cell.
Assuming that all the hyperlinks that need changing are on the same worksheet, then you can use the following macro: Sub Fix Hyperlinks() Dim wks As Worksheet Dim hl As Hyperlink Dim s Old As String Dim s New As String Set wks = Active Sheet s Old = "c:\" s New = "S:\Network\" For Each hl In wks. This tip (8624) applies to Microsoft Excel 2007, 2010, and 2013. Sub Hyperlink()Dim wks As Worksheet Dim h1 As Hyperlink Dim s Old As String Dim s New As String Set wks = Active Sheet s Old = "c: Usersreceptionist App Data Roaming Microsoft" s New = "\tva-filesrv1data Old G Drive Library" For Each h1 In wks. Regardless, stepping through the macro execution will help you pinpoint the area of difficulty. Unfortunately, I need some help in making it work for me. App Data Roaming Microsoft instead of a Dropbox folder as they should Being new to Macros in Excel 2013 I have created a dummy test file & tried to test the process & get the macro to work in that I have following your article instructions & read all of the comments However the macro runs, but does nothing & shows no errors What am I too doing wrong? Address, s Old, s New) Next hl End Sub Hello Hassan, Please try as shown below: Sub Hyperlink()Dim wks As Worksheet Dim hl As Hyperlink Dim s Old As String Dim s New As String Set wks = Active Sheet s Old = "c: Usersmohamed.hassan App Data Roaming Microsoft" s New = "E: 1Phd 0Thesis Rev01" For Each hl In wks. Anyhow you should be more specific about what is not working. Address, s Old, s New) Next hl End Sub Hi, I'm totally unexperted with macros in EXCEL but I need to run this macro. I have to try to open the bad link and then run the macro again to change the next address.