DE-LINKING WORKBOOKS

NICK724

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I HAVE A PROBLEM, I CAN'T SEEM TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO SEND A DE-LINKED WORKBOOK VIA E-MAIL. I HAVE A NEW WORKBOOK WITH LINKS TO ANOTHER WORKBOOK. SINCE THE SOURCE WORKBOOK IS UPDATED EVERY SO OFTEN, I DE-LINKED THE NEW WORKBOOK SO THESE NUMBERS WON'T CHANGE WHEN THE SOURCE WORKBOOK CHANGES. I CAN'T SEEM TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO E-MAIL THE DE-LINKED WORKBOOK TO OTHERS. THE WORKBOOK ALWAYS SEEMS TO CHANGE AS THE SOURCE WORKBOOK CHANGES, EVEN THOUGH I DE-LINKED IT. PLEASE HELP!!
This message was edited by NICK724 on 2002-10-09 17:19
 

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