How To Create A Hyperlink To A Chart In Excel?

Excel is a powerful tool that allows you to create charts and graphs to visualize and analyze your data. Hyperlinks are an effective way to link different parts of your Excel workbook, including charts, and navigate between them easily. By creating hyperlinks to charts in Excel, you can quickly jump to the specific chart you need, making it easier to access and work with your data. In this tutorial, we will guide you step-by-step on how to create a hyperlink to a chart in Excel, so you can navigate through your workbook with ease. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced Excel user, this tutorial will help you improve your workflow and save time.

Create A Hyperlink To A Chart

Here we will first draw a form control button and then assign a macro to it to complete the task. So let us see a simple process to know how you can create a hyperlink to a chart in Excel.

Step 1

Consider an Excel sheet where you have a chart similar to the below image.

First, click on developer, then click on insert, select form control button, and draw a button of the required size to open a pop-up.

Developer > Insert > Button > Draw.

Step 2

In the pop-up, set the macro name to Link_to_Chart and click on the new to open the VBA application.

Macro name > New.

Step 3

Now copy the below-mentioned code into the text box as shown in the below image.


Sub Link_to_chart()
Sheets("Chart 1").Select
End Sub

In the code, "Chart 1" is the name of the chart present on the sheet.


In this tutorial, we have used a simple example to demonstrate how you can create a hyperlink to a chart in Excel to highlight a particular set of data.

Updated on: 13-Jul-2023


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