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There is a file on our file and print server called whatever.xls.  How can I create a link (not an attachment) to this file in a memo.  Thanks.
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HemanthaKumar earned 50 total points
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You mean that any user can access this share directory !!!

If so then create a button in the memo form with following formula in it.


@Command( [Execute] ; "Excel"; "\\\\ServerName\\Share\\File.xls")

~Hemanth
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Beautiful!  Thanks Heman.
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Beautiful!  Thanks Heman.
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