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Using  brackets & quotation marks in the =HYPERLINK() function in Excel

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Hello,

In the help section for the =HYPERLINK() function in Excel (2013), several examples are included showing how a hyperlink formula is created for various types of destinations. In some of these examples, brackets & quotation marks are used and in others, they are not.

Can someone explain the rationale for the use of these characters (ie their purpose and when to include them).

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Hi,

the brackeets are used around the destination file if you want to specify a more precise destination like a bookmark in WD or named range in XL

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