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Open an mp4 video with VBA

Posted on 2011-09-22
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I have a training video for an ACCES 2003 database, but how do I open it with vba?  I want the users to be albe to click on a button to bring up the video.  thi sis really urgent as the database is on line in about two hours as I just finsihed the video last night!
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Try the following:

Application.FollowHyperlink "C:\YourPath\YourFile.Ext"  '<--- replace with appropriate path or URL
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Nope
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Can you be more specific about what happened?  Error message?  Simply not opening the file?  etc?
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Ok, I have discovered that part of the problemi is the software needed to run the vidoe is not loaded.  That settles that. I think yoursuggestion woudl have worked, but they have no video software loaded at all on any of the machines.
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Actually, I think this would worked had they had the proper software as that is the error message that is being returned.
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