Shippers tracking Number

When looking up a FedEx tracking number the URL format is:


I get a report with tracking numbers, lets say A1 contains a tracking number

If I do:

And then click the URL contains the "A1" and not the value of A1

Is it possible to get the actual number and not the cell location?

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Rodney EndrigaData AnalystCommented:
Have you tried this:


This should just display the contents of the cell A1.
dgd1212Author Commented:
In the formula bar:

In the Cell (Hyperlink):

When above "clicked" and appearance in address bar:

How can I get: %22&VALUE(A1)&%22
to be: 012345678901

I recommend using the Hyperlink formula.  Your formula then becomes:

=HYPERLINK("" & A1 & "&cntry_code=us")

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