Question about how to read & click the exact wordings in a hyperlink text (StudioX)

Thanks for click into this post. My scenario is that:

  1. I have a order list in excel, let say with 6 orders
    (0001, 0002, 0003, 0004, 0005, 0005A)

  2. In a web platform, I need RPA to click on each hyperlink
    (Naming the same 0001, 0002, 0003, 0004, 0005, 0005A).

  3. There are no ways to enter the hyperlink by editing the browser link as it is random.
    The only way is to click the hyperlink in web content and enter

My question is:

  1. Is that possible for RPA to choose& click the hyperlinks in web content, with exact wordings in excel?
    (Via Studio X)

  2. P.S. For order 0005, there is an order 0005 but also 0005A
    - The may contain parts of same wordings.
    - Is that possible not selecting the wrong one? (If in Excel = 0005, then in web shall only click 0005 but not 0005A)

Thanks a lot.

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