Create hyperlink in a cell to another sheet in the same workbook
Do you know how to create a hyperlink in a cell in one sheet to a specific cell in another worksheet in the same workbook? By doing this, you can quickly navigate to specific cell of another sheet by clicking the hyperlink in Excel. The hyperlinks will help you switch to the other worksheet and locate specific cell quickly. Here are two tricky ways to create hyperlinks to specific cell in another worksheet in the same workbook.
For removing multiple hyperlinks in a selected range, Kutools for Excel’s Delete Hyperlinks utility can help you archive with just one click. This utility can also delete all hyperlinks in active sheet, selected sheets, or active workbook with just one click. See screenshot below:
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Actually, we can make hyperlinks to other worksheets with Hyperlinks command easily.
Step 1: Select a cell in one sheet that you want to create a hyperlink to another sheet.
Step 2: Click the Hyperlink button under Insert tab or right click your mouse and choose Hyperlink as follows:
Step 3: In the Insert Hyperlink dialog box:
Click the Place in This Document button in the Link to box;
Select one sheet that you want to hyperlink to in the Or select a place in this document box.
Enter the text you want to display for the hyperlink in the Text to display.
If you want to hyperlink to specific data in the sheet, please specify the cell in the Type the cell reference.
Step 4: Click OK.
Then the selected cell is added a hyperlink to the specific cell of specific worksheet in the same workbook. See the following screen shot:
If you want to create one hyperlink to each worksheet in one sheet of the same workbook, you may need to create a hyperlink for each worksheet again and again. But with Kutools for Excel's Create List of Sheet Names tool, you can quickly create a hyperlink for each worksheet in one worksheet quickly.
Step 1: Click the Enterprise > Worksheet Tools > Create List of Sheet Names…
Step 2: In the Create List of Sheet Names dialog box, specify the settings, and click OK.
Then it will add a new sheet and lists all worksheet names with hyperlinks for navigating to related worksheets. See screenshot:
Kutools for Excel's Create List of Sheet Names tool can create a list of all worksheet names of the active workbook in a new worksheet, which contains hyperlinks or macro buttons for quickly navigate to other worksheets. Free Download Kutools for Excel Now
Kutools for Excel’s Filename List utility can batch add multiple hyperlinks to all files or one type of files in a certain folder, such as create hyperlinks to all workbooks, to all word documents, to all text files, etc.
Click Enterprise > Import / Export > Filename List, and then specify the settings as following screen shot shown:
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