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Thanks for your prompt answer. I will check it in detail when I get back home.

By the way, what I am trying to do is to attach an URL to a subform, and also to open the file (based on the URL) when pressing a button.

Regards

Thanks for your prompt answer. I will check it in detail when I get back home.cheked with your changes and generate other errors.

By If you look at the way, what following link, you will see the database file, and the example that I am trying used to do is to attach an URL to a subform, and also to open the file (based on the URL) when pressing a button. creates my macro.

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According to the example the following entense is just fine.

oButton.TargetUrl = oform.columns.getbyname("Citacion").getstring