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Hyperlink does not open in MS Access form

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I have a form thats values control source is a hyperlink value...I checked the table and the field type is Hyperlink.    I checked the field properties in the form and checked off IsHperlink, but it will still not open.  It looks like a hyperlink, but will not open...It looks like a hyperlink and if I right click and select open hyperlink it still does not open...
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Kelvin Sparks earned 500 total points
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In the control's on_Click event add

If Not ISNULL(me.controlname) Then
     Application.FollowHyperlink (Me.ControlName)
End If


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Perfecto !
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