Excel hyperlinks

By graham.scrase ·
I have added the MS calculator into an excel worksheet to enable calculations outside the scope of the worksheet to be made - e.g. unit conversion, odd trig calcs, Pythagoras, etc. The hyperlink works but each time I activate the hyperlink I get the Excel message telling me that some programs can ham up my computer and do I want to continue. When this is answered "Yes" I get the same message from MS Office. Since I am using a MS program to call up another MS program, I don't see the need for this level of protection. How can I activate the hyperlink without having to answer all the "are you sure" questions first - i.e can the automatic messages be disabled for this workbook only?

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Arnos ???

by colefordkid In reply to Excel hyperlinks

graham scrase . . . . ex-Arnos. If so, it's Glenn trying to organise a re-union. Please contact me through Friends re-united, or through this thread. Glenn

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by graham.scrase In reply to Arnos ???

Hi Glenn....I don't think that we know each other. I've not heard of you or Arnos. Nice to talk to you, though - good luck with your search and your re-union. Graham

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Thanks. . . . .

by colefordkid In reply to Sorry...

for your treply, can't be many Graham Scrase's in the UK I would have thought. I was in touch with him up until about 3 years ago. Glenn

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