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I have a field set to Hyperlink = Yes.
The color changes to the typical hyperlink color when in design view
However, when I open the form then it is black text and not the hyperlink color.

What setting do I need to fix in order for the field to show the hyperlink color and not the black text color?  I have tried to change formatting of the cell, adding another field with a formula that looks at that field but nothing seems to work.

Note that the form is Split Form and datasheet at the  bottom. I am sure this is what the issue is but I want to keep the form as split.

thank you
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 1600 total points
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<I have a field set to Hyperlink = Yes.>
Lets be clear...
Is the "Field" defined as a Hyperlink datatype in the source table?

Or are you just saying the the IsHyperlink property of the "control" is set to yes?

I have a hyperlink field in a split form, and it displays just fine as a click-able link...
hyperlinks in a split form
JeffCoachman
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thank you.  I made a bo bo.
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