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to create link for every URL in excel

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Hi experts,
I have prolly 500 rows of differnt URL's which are in txt form and I am trying to make a hyperlink but I can only do individually, but it would be too much work to do individually.
Can hyou please suggest a way I can do a hyperlink for all at once.
Below is the example of the kind of links I have(dummy links):
URL                                             Description
www.mca.com/621*30401        item1
www.mca.com/621*30402        item2
www.mca.com/621*30440        item3
www.mca.com/621*30509        item4
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by:Robert Schutt
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How about this, copy down as much as needed.
Q-27838291.xls
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by:sqlcurious
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sorry its not working...I used the same formula but the link says cannot open page
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by:Robert Schutt
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ah sorry, the prefix "http://" is missing. I'll post a new version if you want, but maybe you can add that in the formula?
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by:Robert Schutt
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something like
=HYPERLINK("http://" & A2,B2)

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added some checking, here is a new file.
Q-27838291.xls
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thanks
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