Workbook containing links.

Spraggs

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Morning All,
I'm opening a workbook that gives a pop up message:
"This workbook contains links to other data sources"
With the options :
UPDATE - DON'T UPDATE - HELP
How can I find out which part of the workbook is linked.

Regards Jase
 

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try to use the built-in FIND (Ctrl+F)
Options -> Search in Workbook
Look for [ or ]
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If this option is not good enough for you - i have some VBA code ready for this.
 
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