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Hyperlinks inside an Office Assistant bubble?

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Any advice on this would be most appreciated.

Using VBA code in Access 2003, is there a way to insert a fully
functional hyperlink inside of an Office Assistant help bubble?

Thanks folks,

-- LW
Dec 28 '05 #1
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Lauren:

I don't know much about your requirements, however, have you considered
using the return value of the Balloon Show method together with
Application.FollowHyperlink method to create the effect of a hyperlink? The
Balloon labels already act as hyperlinks, so the effect is the same. Or are
your requirements different?

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David Lloyd
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Any advice on this would be most appreciated.

Using VBA code in Access 2003, is there a way to insert a fully
functional hyperlink inside of an Office Assistant help bubble?

Thanks folks,

-- LW
Dec 29 '05 #2

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On Wed, 28 Dec 2005 22:49:29 -0500, "David Lloyd"
<Da***@NoSpamPlease.com> wrote:
Lauren:

I don't know much about your requirements, however, have you considered
using the return value of the Balloon Show method together with
Application.FollowHyperlink method to create the effect of a hyperlink? The
Balloon labels already act as hyperlinks, so the effect is the same. Or are
your requirements different?


Thanks for your reply David. Happy New Year!

What I want to do is simply imbed a functional hyperlink in the text
of a help message that is displayed in an OA balloon. I have searched
the OA object model and all methods and properties. I do not see a
way to do it. But it must be possible because I'm almost sure I've
seen examples of it in other Office apps. In any case, it would be
very nice to be able to insert hyperlinks into bodies of text inside
an OA balloon. Any ideas?

-- LW
Dec 29 '05 #3

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