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Can someone take a look at this....

(this works)
TheHtml = TheHtml & "<a href=/forms/supf198d.asp>Supplier</a><br>" & vbcrlf

(This does not)
TheHtml = TheHtml &  "<a href="javascript:PopWin('/reports/movepallets6.asp')">Supplier</a><br>" & vbcrlf

Why cant I get my href to open my js function?? Am I call it wrong?

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You have an imbalance of " symbols in the second example.

Try:

TheHtml = TheHtml &  "<a href="javascript:PopWin('/reports/movepallets6.asp')>Supplier</a><br>" & vbcrlf

(This isn't JSP ;-))
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