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Using a File URL
Below the code you can use to get the file URL, however I have in one column the URL and in the next one the HyperLink() Function.

ParseJSON(thisRow.File._Merge().ToText(),path: "$.publicUrl").Hyperlink()

Initially I started with SetControlValue() and that works rather well. You name the controllers and this naming helps to avoid mistakes when adding the value like the first name. However the better option seems to me to use Format(). Although I had used this function before in this context, it was who showed me how he did it in his company. That inspired me to work out two solutions you see below. The invoices are fake. Just pdf’s to have something.
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christiaan
Invoice 0128.pdf
Invoice 0129.pdf
Invoice 0130.pdf
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Christiaan Huizer Founder Huizer BV Paul Fredericqstraat 24 BE-9000 Ghent Belgium
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Email Invoice
Email Invoice
Invoice 0128.pdf
Invoice 0130.pdf

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Email Invoice
220824 Dimitri Demo Fake Invoice.pdf

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