You can pin a text box from a report to a dashboard, or add one directly to a dashboard. Uansett hvor tekstboksen er, kan du alltid legge til en hyperkobling til den. Wherever the text box is, you can always add a hyperlink to it. Denne artikkelen beskriver hvordan du legger til en hyperkobling i en tekstboks i en rapport. This article shows how to add a hyperlink to a text box in a report.
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About attachment, picture, and hyperlink controls File Attachment The file attachment control enables users to attach a file to a form when it is submitted.
For example, if users are filling out an insurance report form, the file attachment control can be used to attach a PDF document of the insurance claim to the form. Use a file attachment control when you want to: Enable users to attach a file to the form when they submit it. Picture control A Picture control enables users to insert a picture in the form when filling it out. The picture data is then saved in the underlying form.
When a picture control is added to a form template, an empty picture control is inserted by default. A default picture can also be specified. You can also specify whether users can delete or replace a picture that you have inserted into a picture control. If you have not specified a default picture, users are presented with a picture icon and the text Click here to insert a picture.
By default, when a user inserts a picture, the picture control is automatically resized to accommodate the picture. However, you can set the size of the picture control, which resizes the inserted picture to the specified size.
Use a picture control when you want to: Allow users to insert pictures, including photos, clip art, and drawings. Add a temporary picture to a form template that can be deleted or replaced by the user, such as a placeholder photo. Display images on a form template that are retrieved from a database or other external data source.
Display a picture that changes based on logic in the form. Ink picture control By including an ink picture control on a form template, tablet PC users can draw and write on top of a picture or in a blank space on an InfoPath form. When an ink picture control is added to a form template, an empty ink picture control is inserted by default.
You can also add a picture to the background of this control. This enables users to draw directly on top of the picture with a tablet pen. For example, on an insurance claim form template, an insurance adjuster can circle areas of damage on a picture of a car.
If you want to collect and save signatures from users, it is recommended that you use digital signatures. Use an ink picture control when you want to: Provide tablet PC users a place on the form where they can write or draw. This is useful when you want users to be able to sketch something that is complicated or technical, such as a mathematical formula or a diagram of a particular business process.
In the following example, an ink picture control is used to collect a sketch of an automobile accident on an insurance claim form template. Hyperlink The hyperlink control enables users to insert or edit a hyperlink on the form. Users editing and viewing the form can click the hyperlink which automatically opens the Web browser to the location that the link points to. This is useful when you are required to input a hyperlink as part of the form. Use a hyperlink control when you want to: Collect the address of a Web site from a user.
Display the address of a Web site to a user. Top of Page Insert an attachment, picture, or hyperlink control The procedure for inserting a control differs slightly depending on whether you are designing a new, blank form template or basing the design of the form template on a database or other external data source. Insert a control in a new, blank form template On the form template, place the cursor where you want to insert the control. On the Home tab, in the Controls group, click the type of control to insert.
If you are inserting a picture control, do one of the following on the Insert Picture Control dialog box: To save the picture data in the form, click Included in the form, and then click OK. When you select this option, the picture data is encoded into the form. Including the picture in the form is a good choice if you want to keep the form and its data portable.
To display an external picture by linking to it, but not saving it in the form, click As a link, and then click OK. When you select this option, a hyperlink is saved in the form that links to the picture data on the remote site.
Linking to a picture is a good choice if you think that users will update the linked picture, or if you want to reduce the file size of the form. Otherwise, the picture will not appear on the form. To add a label to the control, type text above or next to the control.
Insert a control on a form template that is based on an existing data source If you base the design of a form template on an external data source, the fields and groups in the Fields task pane are retrieved from the external source.
In this scenario, you can insert a control by dragging a field from the Fields task pane onto the form or by inserting a control, as described in the following procedure: On the form template, place the cursor where you want to insert the control.
Right-click on the appropriate field from the external data source in the Fields task pane. Select the type of control to insert that is compatible with the data type. If necessary, change the label text. If you do this, the most appropriate control is chosen based on the field type. If the correct type is not selected by default, use the previous method to select the correct type.
Attachment, picture, and hyperlink control options Picture and ink picture control layout tips Use the following tips to help you refine the appearance, size, and other aspects of an ink picture or a picture control: For ink picture controls, adjust the size of the control to fit the size of the picture that you expect a user to draw.
If you want an ink picture or picture control to be limited to a specified area of your form and not expand to display the entire picture that a user either attaches or draws, insert the ink picture or picture control with a specified height and width.
Specify a background or default picture in an ink picture or picture control For picture controls that have the picture data saved in the forms, and for ink picture controls, you can specify a background, or default image, for the control as follows: Select the desired ink picture or picture control. If this is a picture control, click Specify default picture, and then click Browse.
If this is an ink picture control, click Use a background picture. Select the desired picture, and then click Insert. Specify the value of a hyperlink control Right-click on the field that the hyperlink control is bound to in the Fields task pane. Click Properties. Enter the desired URL in the Value box. If you want to make the hyperlink control read-only so that users cannot change it when filling out the form: Select the desired hyperlink control.
On the Data tab, select the Read-Only check box. Click Specify default file.
Opprette eller redigere en hyperkobling
You can link to a webpage, or you can link to a new document or a place in a existing document, or you can begin a message to an email address. ScreenTip: Type the text that you want to appear when the user hovers over the hyperlink optional. Link to a place in a document, new document, or email address Select the text, shape, or picture that you want to use as a hyperlink. Create New Document: Link from your presentation to another presentation.
Create or edit a hyperlink
Manually Remove Hyperlinks In Excel or later: In Excel , you can quickly remove hyperlinks from selected cells. Thanks to Sam for this tip. Select cell s that contain hyperlinks Right click on any selected cell Click Remove hyperlinks To see the steps, watch this Excel Quick Tips video. Here is a link to the page In Excel and earlier versions: To remove hyperlinks from a group of cells, you can copy and paste the cells as values.