Identifying External links

ajm

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does anybody know of a quick and easy way to find links to external workbooks? I can identify that links exist in this workbook, I just don't know which cells they occupy.
 

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JohnnyTightlips

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further to Boller's suggestion, also check named ranges and source data for Charts, as they can sometimes be hiding therein
 

ajm

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thanks folks. did pretty much exactly that and got a result - on the very last tab, ofcourse...

Cheers. :)
 

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