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Ascend4nt

_ClipPutHyperlink

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Since I figured this would be something quite commonly used, I decided to do a bit of looking around to figure out how to do a simple ClipBoard Hyperlink 'put' function. Eventually, after a bit of experimentation with copying & pasting and reading the data that was pasted, and looking at MSDN, I came up with the below solution.

EDIT: I've just expanded this UDF to allow full HTML code ClipBoard-pasting, as well as this regular _ClipPutHyperlink() function. Go to this topic: _ClipPutHTML

Tata,

Ascend4nt

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Thanks. This can be useful in some of my future scripts.


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