Your problem runs a bit deeper than you think. Basically you have linked to a HTML page that your project does not know about. When you do this, the link works on your PC but will likely fail when you create your output and make it available for others.
You need to figure out why that topic isn't inside your project. Once you do this and sort it things should resolve.
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Thank you Rick,
Well with that in mind and my timeline squeezed (as you probably know training and docs always do).
I just deleted the topic and recreated it. That seemed to work. Thank you very much for not only the guidance but also for responding so quickly.
Thanks for the quick response. I wish I had done that, but I was also squeezed for time and decided to delete and recreate the topic. That seemed to work.
Again much obliged.
Message was edited by: RoboWizard - Corrected Willam's name.