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Old June 2nd, 2010, 04:48 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.tablesdbdesign
Trini Gal
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Default Hyperlink datatype

I updated teh code to:


Private Sub Ctl2009_REPORT_Click()

Dim myFile As String
myFile = Ctl2009_REPORT.Value

Call GoHyperlink("V:\Engineering\_Data\Engineering\FCC-CLI-320 Info\2009
Filings\FCC Form 320 Reports\" & myFile)

End Sub

Still getting the error.


"Trini Gal" wrote:

Hello Jeanette,

Thanks for your reply. After posting I found that information and tried it.
I have the following code on the On Click Event:

Private Sub Ctl2009_REPORT_Click()

Call GoHyperlink(Me.[Ctl2009_REPORT])

End Sub
When I click on the link I get a Microsoft Office Access Security Notice "A
potential security concern has been identified. Do you want to continue?" I
click "Yes" and get another error GoHyperlink() "Error 490: Cannot open the
specified file." I click "Ok" and then the file opens.

This is the first time I'm attempting this, what am I doing or not doing?

Thanks,



"Jeanette Cunningham" wrote:

See if this helps:
http://allenbrowne.com/func-GoHyperlink.html


Jeanette Cunningham MS Access MVP -- Melbourne Victoria Australia

"Trini Gal" wrote in message
...
Hello,

I'm not sure if what I'm doing is right because my user keeps getting the
error "Unable to open V:...... .pdf. Cannot open the specified file."


My database is still Access 2003, I haven't upgraded it yet because I was
only recently upgraded to Access 2007. I have listed our systems and the
annual testing results in .pdf format (hyperlink datatype in the table).
I
have given the users read only access to where the files are stored and
have
listed it as a trusted location. I would like when they click on the
system
ID, the report opens up and they are able to print.

My user keeps getting the above reference table.

Can someone let me know why this is happening please?

Thanks.



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