I have a feeling I cannot do what I want to do, but I am hoping an expert can give me guidance.
My current application menu system shows several options in Listbox1 on Userform1:
When the user right clicks an option, the listbox1_mouseup routine shows detailed instructions by opening a corresponding word document, from "c:\DetailedInstructions\S
This is very slow, so I want to put a shorter version of the instructions directly under Listbox1
on the form.
I added a 1 inch by 4 inch control to the form: Userform1.WebBrowser1
then added this code to listbox1_mouseup:
This works nicely except for one thing. when the user clicks inside userform1.Webbrowser1, I want the hyperlinks to open "outside" of webBrowser1.
For instance let's say c:\ShortInstructions\ShowO
rders.HTM contains two hyperlinks:
Hyper1 is to "c:\DetailedInstructions\S
Hyper2 is to "www.msnbc.com
When user clicks Hyper1, Word should open
When user clicks Hyper2 msnbc should open using Chrome, Firefox or IE depending on the users default browser.
Am I out of luck?
By the way, I do not insist on an HTML solution. I will accept RTF or Wiki Formatting or any other solution that can be implemented with less than an hour or two of coding.