Excel Hyperlink: how to create, change and remove

Hyperlinks are widely used on the Internet to navigate between web-sites. In your Excel worksheets, you can easily create such links too. In addition, you can insert a hyperlink to go to another cell, sheet or workbook, to open a new Excel file or create an email message. Continue reading

How to use Excel HYPERLINK function to create different link types

There are many ways to create a hyperlink in Excel. If you plan to insert many identical or similar hyperlinks, the fastest way is to use a Hyperlink formula, which makes it easier to insert, copy and edit hyperlinks. Continue reading

How to add a hyperlink to another worksheet

In this article I'll show you 3 ways how you can add hyperlinks into your Excel workbook to easily navigate between numerous worksheets. You'll also learn how to change a link destination and modify its format. If you don't need a hyperlink any more, you'll see how to quickly remove it. Continue reading

Hyperlinks not working in Outlook? How to make links open again in Outlook 2019 - 2010

The article explains why hyperlinks may not be working in Outlook and provides several solutions to fix the issue. These methods will let you open links in Outlook again with no problem, no matter which version you use - Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 or lower Continue reading

How to quickly extract domain names from URLs in Excel

A few tips and pieces of advice will help you get domain names from a list of URLs using Excel formulas. Two variations of the formula let you extract the domain names with and without www. regardless of the URL protocol (http, https, ftp etc. are supported). The solution works in all modern versions of Excel, from 2007 through 2016. Continue reading

How remove multiple (all) hyperlinks from Excel worksheets at a time

In this short article, I'll show you how you can quickly remove all unwanted hyperlinks from an Excel worksheet at once and prevent their occurrence in the future. The solution works in all Excel versions starting from Excel 2003 through modern Excel 2016 and Excel 2019. Continue reading