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I have a hyper link in Excel that opens a Word document. No Internet etc.
It has been working fine for 2 months. Today I clicked on it and it came up with an error that said this function is not allowed. Contact Administrator.
I am the administrator and I don't remember putting ANY restrictions.
(I don't even know how really)>
What did I do or What can I do to fix this.
I tried just creating another hyper link in a different cell to the Word document and "it" didn't like that either. (same error message).

Any Ideas
Displaying your email address can lead to receiving a lot of unwanted spam

Edited by Octagonal, 06 July 2009 - 04:43 AM.
Removed email address

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