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Peter Muller

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I have a fairly large Excel file with links to another workbook.

How can I view which cells in my file is linked to the other (source) file?. I know how to break the link, but am reluctant to just break it as it may cause problems, etc.


Is there a way to find which cells are linked?
 

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The easiest way is often just to do a Find operation looking for the other file name, then press Find All
 
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