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    RE: Automatic workbook links (SR1)

    When I open a workbook I get the message that it contains links to another workbook. I cannot see where the references to another workbook are to be found. Is there a way of tracing the link(s)? Thanks.

    Farmer

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    Re: RE: Automatic workbook links (SR1)

    Hi

    You can use FindLink a free add-in by Bill Manville.

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    Re: RE: Automatic workbook links (SR1)

    Bill Manville has a free utility FindLink.xla. You can download it from the Excel MVP Page.

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    Re: RE: Automatic workbook links (SR1)

    Tony55 and HansV thanks very much - have downloaded the utility.

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