Hi, Jess, thanks very much.
First comes a message which begins with what looks like the full file name which begins file///C:/Users, etc etc etc
Then there is the line Invalid value for registry.
I close that message and then this is followed by another message from Excel which says
An unexpected error has occurred.
I have tried deleteing the hyperlink and then creating a new hyperlink but the same fault occurs.
In the excel spreadsheet, if you hover the mouse over the hyperlink cell, the file 'path' information for that cell is shown e.g.
When the error message comes up, it shows the file path (example above) followed by the words:
Invalid value for registry.
I then close the box and another message box appears, saying
Hope this helps
Yes, I usually use Windows Live Photograph Gallery to open the picture.
Hyperlink to a DOC file worked and hyperlink to a URL worked.
One thing which may or may not be relevant: I have recently moved to Windows 10 from Windows 7.
Unfortunately, no - I only have jpg pics. If it is possible to convert one to GIF or PNG, I could do so, but you would have to tell me how.
Thanks. Sorry to tell you that, in trying to open the hyperlink which I created, the same sequence of error messages came up.
After "Open With" I don't see "Choose Default Program"
Instead I see immediately a list of opening options
and I don't have the opportunity to select an option "Use this app for all JPG files."
I have come to the conclusion (with your help) that the issue with the hyperlink is a red herring. You are correct, the issue is about opening a jpg. I have only just noticed that when I go directly to the folder to open the photograph (jpg) with the usual double click, the same error occurs. I can only open the pic with a right click of the mouse and then choosing, for example Windows Live Photograph Gallery.
Maybe that info helps you?
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