breaking unwanted links

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hatman

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The easy way is to select Edit->Links, and use that dialog to re-direct or break links to each file that is referenced...
 

tybaltlives

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Is there a way to highlight (or otherwise identify) cells that have an unwanted link prior to breaking them?
 

hatman

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The only way I know to do THAT is to use the Find feature of Excel, and look for ".xls" in formulas... the method I described in my earlier post is wholesale across the file, and is organized by file, not by formula.
 

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