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How to insert multiple hyperlinks in a cell/many cells in Excel?

As we all known, in Excel there is only one hyperlink can be inserted into a cell by default. But sometimes, we need to insert two or more hyperlinks into a cell. How to insert multiple hyperlinks in a cell in Excel? And how to batch insert multiple hyperlinks for many cells in Excel? You can get it done as follows:

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1. Click Insert in the ribbon, and then click Shape, then you can select a rectangle shape.

2. Drawing a rectangle in the text that you want to insert hyperlink. And the rectangle will shade the text. See screenshot:
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3. Then click the rectangle and right-click, and choose the Format Shape from the menu, and then a Format Shape dialog box will pop out. Click Fill in the left pane, and check No fill in the right pane. See screenshot:
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4. Go on clicking Line Color in the left pane, and check No line in the right pane.
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5. Then click Close button. And the rectangle has been changed transparently. See screenshot:
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6. Put the cursor at the transparent rectangle, and right-click, choose Hyperlink from the menu, and then you can specify the file or enter the address to be hyperlinked.

With this method, repeat the above steps, you can insert the second or multiple hyperlinks into an Excel cell.


Sometimes, you many add multiple hyperlinks for many cells. If you have listed some hyperlinks in Excel already, you can apply Kutools for Excel's Convert Hyperlinks utility to add these hyperlinks for specified cells easily.

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1. Click the Kutools > Links > Convert Hyperlinks.

2. In the opening Convert Hyperlinks dialog box, you need to:
(1) Check the Cell content replace hyperlinks address option;
(2) In the Input range box, select the Browse button  and specify the range of hyperlinks;
(3) In the Result range, select the Browse button  and specify the first cell of string range that you will add hyperlinks for.

3. Click the Ok button. Then you will see all hyperlinks are added for corresponding cells at once.

4. It's optional for you to delete the hyperlinks range.

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    Zaibi · 25 days ago
    is there any option available in excel for insertion/ replacement of cell reference in multiple links at once????
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    Deepthi · 2 months ago
    inserting multiple links is not working with shapes.. Please don't give wrong information.
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    Bella Ha · 3 years ago
    Thank you. It's so helpful.
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    Mohamed Muse Hassan · 4 years ago
    Thank you. Your instructions are clear.
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    mbarnewall · 4 years ago
    That is a fantastic idea! Way less hassle than making small pictures of each letter/word and inserting them into the cell... derp.