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Access 2003 clipboard hyperlink problem

Posted on 2013-11-26
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I have a form that takes name/address/plus info copied to the clipboard from the internet. It then parses it into an Access table.

I have a problem when one of the lines copied is a hyperlink.  When there is a hyperlink it gets included with the previous line (no carriage return on the previous line).

Example of lines on internet copied:

Your Source For Local Real Estate
http://www.MyRealtor.com/

When pasted onto the form they appear as:

Your Source For Local Real Estatehttp://www.MyRealtor.com/

My copy function:

Function GetClipBoardText()
   Dim DataObj As MSForms.DataObject
   Set DataObj = New MSForms.DataObject
   On Error GoTo cberr
    'Get data from the clipboard.
   DataObj.GetFromClipboard
   [ipAddrInfo].SetFocus
   'Get clipboard contents
   [ipAddrInfo] = DataObj.GetText(1)
   Exit Function
cberr:
   If Err <> 0 Then MsgBox "Data on clipboard is not text or is empty"
End Function
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Question by:WFBweb
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jaynee earned 180 total points
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Not sure why its happening, but you could parse for the start of the hyperlink, and if you find "http:/" then just add a chr(10) to the start of it.
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by:jaynee
ID: 39684633
eg

[ipAddrInfo] = StrTranOnce(DataObj.GetText(1), "http:/", chr(10)&"http:/")

where

Public Function StrTranOnce(Instring As String, FindChar As String, ReplaceChar As String) As String
  Dim tmpString As String, CharPosition As Integer
  StrTranOnce = Instring
  If FindChar = ReplaceChar Or Trim(Instring) = "" Then Exit Function
  CharPosition = InStr(1, Instring, FindChar, 1)
  tmpString = Left(Instring, CharPosition - 1)
  tmpString = tmpString + ReplaceChar
  StrTranOnce = tmpString + Mid(Instring, CharPosition + Len(FindChar))
End Function
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by:WFBweb
ID: 39684659
thanks.....that does the trick!
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