xml version of Excel -- <SupBook> tag.

BDBatBear

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I have an external link in my workbook that I am trying to locate.

I saved my file as an xml file and did a search for "C:\". I did find the link in the xml file (see below). It is within a <SupBook> tag and before a list of sheet names. Does anyone know what this means regarding where this link is located?

<ExcelWorkbook xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:excel">
<SupBook>
<Path>C:\Temp\Temporary Internet Files\OLK10F\BAL DEV 051110a.xls</Path>
<SheetName>SearchResults</SheetName>
<SheetName>ASData</SheetName>
<SheetName>Cover</SheetName>

Thanks,

- Bruce
 

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