Unable To Open Pdf Link In Word 2010
When I click on the hyperlink the > > > computer wants to start up the application Adobe Acrobat Reader, but within a > > > fraction of a second the Knowledge Base Supported Devices Contact Us Knowledge Base We store all resolved problems in our solution database. Thanks Wednesday, December 15, 2010 11:40 AM Reply | Quote Answers 1 Sign in to vote I've seen that too with PDF's and it is Adobe 9 something is the culprit. To temporarily start Word without add-ins, you can go to Start --> Run, and type winword.exe /a. http://cleantechinnvest.com/cannot-open/unable-to-open-pdf-link-in-word.html
The verbiage is the same as the IE download warning, but if it's got the office title bar then I'm not sure. Next, check Go to Solution 5 4 3 Participants Aina(5 comments) davidcj79(4 comments) LVL 1 MS Word1 Joanne M. I want to thank everyone for so much input. Result: Hyperlink no longer displays a dialog saying "Some files can contain viruses or otherwise be harmful to your computer".
Cannot Open The Specified File Word
Why is the movie called "Dirty Dancing"? When I click on the hyperlink the > > > > > computer wants to start up the application Adobe Acrobat Reader, but within a > > > > > fraction I've seen the same situation that zwalbij describes on a system (Windows XP Pro, Acrobat 7 Standard [not the reader, full Standard version of Acrobat itself] installed) and the only 'cure'
- If I create a hyperlink to a regular HTML file, when I click on the link, it opens in my default browser (Google Chrome) as expected.
- within the Microsoft Office support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.
- All my hyperlinks work except for the > > > > > hyperlinks that refer to PDF files.
- Please use the previous link instead.
dalguypm, May 17, 2010, in forum: Microsoft Excel Worksheet Functions Replies: 1 Views: 255 Don Guillett May 17, 2010 Loading... share|improve this answer answered Mar 30 '11 at 22:42 music2myear 20.2k43576 The prompt is coming from Word (the title bar says "Microsoft Office"; I've edited my post accordingly.) "Display We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Hyperlink In Excel It works that way on the machine I > dealt with at work anytime you try to open any .pdf file via a link in any > application, Excel, IE, etc.
I also have Use DDE checked Application AcroRd32 And Topic System I would make sure the executable (AcroRd32.exe) is in the path (folder) shown and that you have permission to execute Word Unable To Open Hyperlink Cannot Open The Specified File But it does surprise me that > reinstalling/upgrading the reader damages the full blown acrobat. I have no idea what happened??? I think a setting is > > > wrong, because of which Excel doesn't allow me to open up a linked pdf.file > > > > > > How can help
Not the answer you're looking for? didn't want to go into the details unless this was the problem. Similar Threads Hyperlink formula appearing but not actual hyperlink Guest, Nov 20, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Excel Worksheet Functions Replies: 2 Views: 408 Aladin Akyurek Nov 20, 2003 Copy hyperlink from I really appreciate it as it brought me one step further.
Word Unable To Open Hyperlink Cannot Open The Specified File
Could this have something to do with it? Find the answer to your question Search Advanced Search... Cannot Open The Specified File Word I think a setting is > wrong, because of which Excel doesn't allow me to open up a linked pdf.file > > How can help me out? Excel Hyperlink Cannot Open The Specified File Pdf Why is the oil light on in my new Honda Pilot after 4000 miles?
I think a setting is > > > > > > wrong, because of which Excel doesn't allow me to open up a linked pdf.file > > > > > > I have a hyperlink to the following document: http://www.ustreas.gov/offices/enforcement/ofac/sdn/t11sdn.pdf However when i click this link, word tell me that it was unable to open the specified file. Then again, I > > > > also like to know WHY something isn't quite working properly, and just > > > > switching to a different app doesn't always answer have a peek here A few people complained that the Reader appeared and then > > > > > disappeared. > > > > > > > > > > So make sure you have
Message Author Comment by:Aina ID: 251658202009-08-23 Hi David, Thanks for your reply, have just tried that, still no luck, getting the same error... It only happens to hyperlinks to pdf documents, not to anything else: txt, images and doc files are all fine. A few people complained that the Reader appeared and then > > > disappeared. > > > > > > So make sure you have the latest version of the software:
Thanks for your patience and your reply.
Now my computer can't open any of them anymore. Marked as answer by Rich090 Thursday, December 16, 2010 11:33 AM Wednesday, December 15, 2010 9:30 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote When I try and I had no problem opening any of my pdf files in microsoft word...until a few months ago. Check This Out If you right-click the hyperlinke and select "Edit Hyperlink" you should see two fields, one is labled text to display and the other is the actual address that the hyperlink points
Can you try adding the path of the file server to the "Trusted Locations" under Word Options --> Trust Center --> Click "Trust Center Settings" button. Please type your message and try again.