How To Display Hyperlink Results At Top Of Page In Excel?

Excel is a robust data management and analysis application that is widely utilised across a variety of industries and professions. It includes a variety of tools to improve the accessibility and presentation of data. One such feature enables you to easily navigate to other locations or external resources by enabling hyperlinks within your Excel files. When you establish a hyperlink in Excel by default, the URL or text linked to the hyperlink is displayed in the cell or range of cells that is linked. To make it easier for users to obtain the hyperlink results without having to scroll through the full worksheet, you may occasionally want them to appear at the top of the page.

We will walk you through the process of displaying hyperlink results in Excel at the top of a page in this article. This method can greatly enhance the user experience and simplify data navigation whether you are working with big data sets, producing interactive reports, or developing user−friendly interfaces. We'll presume that you are comfortable with making hyperlinks and have a basic comprehension of Excel throughout this course. We advise understanding the fundamentals before continuing with the tutorial if you are unfamiliar with Excel hyperlinks.

Display Hyperlink Results At Top Of Page

Here we will first freeze the row containing hyperlinks, then add the VBA code to the sheet to complete the task. So let us see a simple process to know how you can display hyperlink results at the top of a page in Excel.

Step 1

Consider an Excel sheet where you have a hyperlink.

First, freeze the panes. Click on View, then click on Freeze Top Panes.

View > Freeze top panes.

Step 2

Then right−click on the sheet name and select "View Code" to open the VBA application. then click on Insert, select Module, and copy the below code into the text box.

Right click > View code > Insert > Module > Copy.


Private Sub Worksheet_FollowHyperlink(ByVal Target As Hyperlink)
   ActiveWindow.ScrollRow = ActiveCell.Row
End Sub

Step 3

Then close the VBA using Alt + Q, and you can see that when you click on a hyperlink, it will appear at the top of the page.


In this tutorial, we have used a simple example to demonstrate how you can display hyperlink results at the top of a page in Excel to highlight a particular set of data.

Updated on: 11-Jul-2023


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