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Hi, I am having a problem inserting a link on an Excel worksheet.  I had just done that on another cell and when I got to this one it will not work.
I noticed two things that are different between the two.  The one that works converts the curser to a hand and it displays the exact information as the link PLUS, it shows a small blue line under the first letter of the link.

The second one, (the one that dosn't work, also converts the curser to a hand but instead of showing just the link, it displays C:///, ect, ect, and the link does not have the blue line under it.  I'm attaching a screen copy to see if this helps. Thanks
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Click on the left tab "Existing File or Web Page" and a tthe bottom, you should see "Address", make sure the http address you have displaying is also in the address there. Thanks
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