when i tried this (saved as test and then changed to hyperlink and saved) the hyperlink has a in front of the file location.I am trying to hyperlink to pdf files and Excel files in the same folder using "myfile.pdf" as the address. When I manually enter this it works but when I try to do what you suggest I get the above which doesn't work.
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It is possible to update records manually in a database table, either via a form or through the tables datasheet, however this may take a very long time.
Changing records manually is not only time consuming, it is also inefficient, and lends itself to errors as you update the records.
The best way to handle this type of event, the updating of many records in a database table, is to use an Update Query to make the changes to data in one operation.
replace feature on the menu to make changes to multiple records, BUT first you need to change the field type to text.
Access shows only the display part of the hyperlink in a table when the field type is set as hyperlink, but the actual link info is hidden.
If you change the field type to text the hidden link appears, and you can use replace to make the changes you want.
Be sure to set the length of the text field to 250 before making the change.
When you're done just change the field type back to hyperlink, and you're good to go.
For example, we had dozens of hyperlinks to documents in folders listed by months.
When we moved all of the February documents to March, i had to update all of the hyperlinks.
I change the hyperlink field type to text, did a replace search on 'February 2006' (any part of the field) and change it to 'March 2006'. I didn't find anything on this procedure after searching the forums, so I thought I'd pass it along.