global find and replace in formulas

cliffside

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In our formulas we are referencing workbooks contained in network folders. We would like to change the names of the folders but can't since the formulas reference them.

I would like to do a global find and replace on the folder names in the formulas in a workbook (without going cell by cell). Can anyone point me to the way?? Thanks!
 

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RichardS

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Have you tried Edit|Links and change the Source to your new folder?

Richard
 
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