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Old 03-09-2012, 11:48 PM
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Hi!

I have an excel sheet with lot of Web address with hyperlink in a column.


And i need to access the web page on a click and it was working fine.

donno what happened:

now when i try to access web pages, it gives a msg: "! Cannot download the Information you requested"

i tried reinstalling my MS office 2007. what was of no use!

can you help me out!

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If the problem relates to downloading the file from the web site you're opening, it could be because the:
◦ filename or path is no longer valid; and/or
◦ the file is being used by another program.
Alternatively, it could be due to a change in your IE security settings. See under IE> Tools>Internet Options>Advanced> Security. Resetting the Advanced Settings may resolve the problem.
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Old 03-10-2012, 04:26 AM
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When i copy and paste it to a browser it works.... only thing is the hyperlink does now work.

and it not just with IE any browser...... is it something related to cache?
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Have you tried using the same Excel links on another PC? If it works there, then it's probably either a fault or a configuration issue in your system. If it doesn't work, then it's probably either a fault in the workbook or a restriction in the way the website is accessed.
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as i mentioned. b4 it was working fine. i cant access the links which i accessed with hyperlinks b4. i mean last day...... here lies the prob....
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Yes, I understand that, but doing as i suggested will help diagnose the problem.
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What are the contents of b4?
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Go to internet explorer, and , from the file menu, uncheck-Work Offline, this will solve the problem with your links...even with other browsers
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What are the contents of b4?
I guess that b4 means "before", it' s not the content of cell b4
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I guess that b4 means "before", it' s not the content of cell b4
Oh so b4 contains "before" ? It's quite confusing is it not?
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