I would like to run a macro that performs the following task
Loop thru all the cells in Column F.
... As soon as the macro hits a grey shaded cell (RGB 250, 250, 250) ...
... go three cells to the left (Column C) ...
... and add the string '_copy' at the end of the stored hyperlink (but before the file extension) that is stored in that cell
First grey cell in F 147
The hyperlink in C 147 has the following address : C:\myfolder\47-338-44-09.tif
The new hyperlink address after running the macro will be: C:\myfolder\47-338-44-09_copy.tif
That is all of the stored hyperlinks have the following make-up
After running the macro the hyperlink addresses will say:
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