Quickly copy and insert the workbook file path into cell in Excel
If you need to make a link to current workbook file, or to make a copy of the file path of active workbook, you many need to use the window explorer to search for the exact file folder which the workbook stays in. But with Kutools for Excel's Copy Full Path utility, you can quickly copy the workbook file path and then inserting it into a cell in Excel.
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Click Enterprise > Workbook Tools > Copy Full Path. See screenshot:
1. Apply this utility by clicking Enterprise > Workbook Tools > Copy Full Path. Note: For a never saved workbook, this utility is not available.
2. The file path of the workbook will be stored in Clipboard, and then you can insert it into cell by pressing Ctrl+V shortcuts. The file path has been inserted into a specified cell. See screenshot:
Video 1. Copy Full Plath feature demo.