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I'm working on a central document in CALC that should be later convert to PDF. in a column i would like to have relative path in such manner that if a user click on the link it open the file at this path.
However i discover that everything is not relative but only absolute path.

so till now it is on my hard disk, but later on it will be on a DVD and the absolute path will not work.

so how to do to have relative path ?

e.g. on my hard disk:
C:\central doc.pdf

next on DVD
E:\central doc.pdf

in the cell i have for example
C:\lawyers\videos\2014.03.12 - meeting with customer 123.avi

and i just would like to have
videos\2014.03.12 - meeting with customer 123.avi
and to allow a simple click opening.


Best Regards

Alain R.

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