Wordpad: how to turn off hyperlink protection question

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    Wordpad: how to turn off hyperlink protection question


    Hello

    Maybe not the proper forum to ask, but I have no other clue where look for

    Using Wordpad, how can I remove the protection question: everytime I click on an hyperlink?

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    How are you inserting a hyperlink into Wordpad and what question do you get?
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    Is there a error message which pops up ?
    More information/ screen shot... would be helpful,
    Cheers.
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    mitchell65 said:
    How are you inserting a hyperlink into Wordpad and what question do you get?
    Hello Mitchell65

    The link is copied from clipboard witch is created in Excel. Basically, Excel did create a string that as the information to link the address to a picture

    When I copy this string to a cell in Excel, it is automatically modified to create an hyperlink. I was in the impression that all software where behaving the same way....

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    Wordpad is really just a very lite version of Word. If you want a word processor to be compatible with Excel then I would suggest you won't do better than MS Word. That's why they are both in the same Office Suite.
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  6. Posts : 363
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    OK
    Is it possible to have a Word document opened in an Excel sheet

    If so, since the space is limited, how can I opened it whit the minimal toolbar. A plain textbox driven in the back with Word would be the ideal

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    I'm afraid this is beyond me now. I can't quite understand what " A plain textbox driven in the back with Word would be the ideal" means at all!
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    mitchell65 said:
    I'm afraid this is beyond me now. I can't quite understand what " A plain textbox driven in the back with Word would be the ideal" means at all!
    OK Mitchell

    Any Notepad or Text utility that could be embedded in Excel and be able to decode Hyperlink could be use

    I need a tool to type in information. Some info will be an hyperlink to a screen capture picture file

    Martin
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    A office word window can be any size you want,
    Depending on which year office you have and where the Quick access toolbar is/ by default it's above the Ribbon,
    If you right click the Quick access toolbar you will see Minimize ribbon which will remove all of the oversized icons from your view,
    You can add the most used tools to the quick access toolbar by click on the upside down triangle on the right end of the toolbar.
    One problem will be when you shift focus to the spread sheet,
    The word window will most likely minimize to the Taskbar or become behind the excel window. I doubt it will stay visible during typing in a spread sheet.
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    I was thinking onthe same lines Mike but as you indicate the Word part would always be a "separate" entity so would not react to any zooming. As you say it would probably hide behind the Excel Window
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