There is a Hyperlink tool in the standard tool bar. There is supposed to be a Hyperlink menu option in the Edit menu. But, it is not there.
1. Create a new spreadsheet.
2. Focus in an empty cell.
4. Internet tab.
5. Target: http://www.oracle.com/
6. Form: text
7. Text: Oracle
8. Name: External link
10. Right click cell.
11. Click on the Hyperlink icon in the standard toolbar.
12. Internet tab.
13. Target: http://freeedesktop.com/
14. Form: text
15. Text: Free Desktop
17. Right click cell.
18. Menu: Edit
The user guide says: "To edit an existing link, place the cursor anywhere in the link and click the Hyperlink icon on the Standard toolbar or select Edit → Hyperlink from the menu bar. The Hyperlink dialog (Figure 268) opens. If the Hyperlink is in button form, the spreadsheet must have Design Mode on in order
to edit the Hyperlink. Make your changes and click Apply. If you need to edit several hyperlinks, you can leave the Hyperlink dialog open until you have edited all of them. Be sure to click Apply after each one. When you are finished, click Close."
There is no Edit->Hyperlink menu item. There is an Edit->Links... menu item, but it will be greyed out.
Reproducible for LibreOffice 3 Calc Guide - Chapter 10 Page 261
I believe the problem is a wrong Text in the manual, there is no such Edit menu item "Edit → Hyperlink", manual is faulty.
Correct text should be: " ... or select Insert → Hyperlink from the menu bar"
Menu 'Edit -> Links" is for something completely different: linked contents!
Help is correct.
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But the question is: why do we have menu 'Edit -> Hyperlink' in Writer and Draw, but not in Calc? 'Edit -> Hyperlink' brings up the same dialog as 'Insert -> Hyperlink' for a selected text with hyperlink
I believe in a first step we should think about unifying UI, then about Documentation + Help.
@Cédric, Kohei, Radek
Can you please decide whether we need menu 'Edit -> Hyperlink' in all applications or no one (or why not in Calc)?
*** Bug 44491 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Please also see "Bug 53444 - UI: Different Menu Items for creation and EDITING hyperlinks"
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This is still an issue (5.0.3 Windows), although I believe it more of a 'feature improvement' than a bug, and I think it would be sensible to review the hyperlink dialogue to include a remove button, and create a context menu for 'remove'. I will go through and attempt to link similar bugs.
ux-team: just to know what is expected here (in terms of functionality/help, etc.)
Indeed, with master sources updated today, I don't see any option to modify an hyperlink with right click or with edit menu.
We're replacing our use of the 'ux-advise' component with a keyword:
Component -> LibreOffice
Add Keyword: needsUXEval
let me close as WorksForMe.
Menu items have changed a lot. There is an Insert > Hyperlink in all modules, that handles editing too.
The Help should be up to date too, and if not, reported issues will be fixed.
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #11)
> There is an Insert > Hyperlink ...
Hyperlink was renamed to just Link. Just to mention.