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Can I add a hyperlink to an Access datasheet?

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It is possible to enter a link in the info for my record?  For example, the person would have a field for name, address, occupation, etc. and then one field would have a link to a folder on our server with additional documents?  Thanks!
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Hi,

What version of Access....When you create the field in your table or form us the hyperlink datatype
and use the path for the data ie....R:\documents
Hope this helps

Ken
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Thanks!
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