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On Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 5:57 PM, rjh <> wrote:


Not sure if anyone got this message could you please reply..

I am really stuck with this. thanks

Hi LibreOffice Build ID: e0fbe70-dcba98b-297ab39-**994e618-0f858f0

We have been using Libre spreadsheet and Excel for 3 years now and all of
a sudden when you create a hyperlink it auto copies into the destination
sheet of the hyperlink.

If you create a hyperlink in sheet 3 pointing to destination sheet 1 it
removes the hyperlink entry in sheet 3 and places the hpyerlink in sheet 1.

Example: Sheet one is called STUDENT NAME in box A1 you type the word
Student name. Now create new sheet named ALex. Create a hyperlink in Alex
sheet, A1 to link back to destination sheet Student name. In the past this
has worked fine but now once you save/ click on the hyperlink it overwrites
the name on student sheet AI to Alex removing the hyperlink you have just
created in Alex and placing it in A1 Student name.

It is almost like its the opposite of what we use to do. SUMMARY>
Hyperlink copies itself into the destination and deletes itself from the
origin sheet

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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