Getting the Hyperlink from Excel

I had a spreadsheet of data that contained hyperlinks. In this case, it was a series of Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles with a hyperlink associated with them. I would assume there’s an easy function in Excel to extract these, but apparently there isn’t. That’s certainly a useful function for a data person.

I turned to the handy, dandy Google and found this Q&A and Superuser
. I needed to delve back into VBA and build a macro, which is easy, but seems silly. In any case, I pasted this in and then set a formula based on a cell.

And got a 0 in the field. I started to try and debug this, before trying another cell. That one worked. Apparently some of my cells, formatted as blue, underlined text, don’t really have formulas.

No big deal, but good to know.

Here’s the macro formula repeated from the post, just in case.

Function GetURL(cell As range, Optional default_value As Variant)
 'Lists the Hyperlink Address for a Given Cell
 'If cell does not contain a hyperlink, return default_value
      If (cell.range("A1").Hyperlinks.Count  1) Then
          GetURL = default_value
          GetURL = cell.range("A1").Hyperlinks(1).Address
      End If
End Function
Voice of the DBA责编内容来自:Voice of the DBA (源链) | 更多关于

本站遵循[CC BY-NC-SA 4.0]。如您有版权、意见投诉等问题,请通过eMail联系我们处理。
酷辣虫 » 后端存储 » Getting the Hyperlink from Excel

喜欢 (0)or分享给?

专业 x 专注 x 聚合 x 分享 CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

使用声明 | 英豪名录