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Looking for method of combining a list of hyperlink locations with the text using a macro or other method

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I have two lists.  Column A is the destination for the hyperlink or friendly name.  Column B is the actualy text locaiton of the hyperlink not yet embeded.

What i need is some method of combining these items in a mass method.  A macro would be perfect.

The end result would be a single or 3rd column showing column A with the hyperlink in column B.  This could be in the same sheet or a new sheet as long as the resulting column of data can be coppied and embeded in another document.



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Hi there
I have sent back the worksheet you provided with a macro to do what i think it is you wanted. Let me know if this is ok
Regards
Krystian

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