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Automate hyperlinks in Excel

Posted on 2013-06-15
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Simple, but will save some time...

Have a column "A" of text and have adjacent column "B" list of corresponding hyperlinks.  

Any easy way to automate the insert hyperlink that column A -> insert hyperlink from column B for each row?
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Try this
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2183334/automatic-hyperlinks-in-excel

Dim cell as Range : For Each cell in Selection.Cells // could also use Range("A1").CurrentRegion.Cells or similar
    If Left(cell.Value, 7) = "http://" Or Left(cell.Value, 8) = "https://" Or Left(cell.Value, 6) = "ftp://" Then
        Call cell.HyperLinks.Add(cell, cell.Value)
    End If
Next cell

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