> Thanks Andy,
Robin,

I'm sometimes fuzzy on Windows issues but it strikes me that all that
client access can do is make the URL available to your personal
computer.  It sounds as though client access has done this successfully.
Clicking on the URL throws you entirely under the control of Windows and
CA is out of the picture.

I'm certainly willing to be contradicted on this, but it makes sense to
me to look in the Microsoft arena for resolution.

Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

>
> Further playing around seems to be pointing to either Windows XP or
> something else odd on my PC - maybe a CA Express fix or something.  If
I
> run the same program on a Windows 2000 PC, the suggested syntaxes work
> fine.  On Windows 98 I get the URL.DLL fileprotocol error that Rob
> mentioned, and XP just changes the mouse pointer.
>
> If I have an invalid path on my PC, excel appears saying it can't find
> the file.  Valid path and it just changes the cursor.  I've raised it
> with IBM support.
>
> Cheers
> Robin



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