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I'm setting up a file with links to lyrics (MS Word) and mp3 files. Excel launches Word and loads the file but when I click on the link for the mp3 I get a message "No program is registered to open this file." How do get this to work like the Word files?

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I guess you need to have an application installed that plays MP3 files.
I have never used an MP3 file so I don't know what application to
suggest.

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