Links to other data sources

Muthukrishnan V

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  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Excel 2003 - When I open a worksheet, a popup appears to say that the workbook contains links to other data sources and asks whether or not to update. For the particular workbook (not all workbooks) I am now referring, I don't want to update. Everytime, I open this workbook, I click
"Don't update" and get into the workbook. Kindly tell me, how to permanently issue instructions "Don't update" and avoid everytime popup.

Muthukrishnan V
 

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Hi, There is some information in Help " Links Update".
Possibly try :- "Tools","Options", "Edit","Ask to Automatic update Links"
Mick
 
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