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Microsoft Excel 'Quick Tip'

Updating Links To The Current Workbook

When you combine two previously separate workbooks that shared linked formulas, you may end up with some formulas in the newly combined workbook that are still linked back to the old workbook, which you are probably going to delete. Instead, you want these links to refer to the current workbook.

Fixing all of these links could be quite a task. But rather than editing them one by one, simply click Edit, Links, Change Source, browse to find the current workbook (Yes, the one you have open). Click on the filename and click OK.

All the links will update to the new combined workbook.

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