Excel Linked Workbooks

  Muckle 13:05 11 Aug 05
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I am working on a spreadsheet and have 'cut' a number of columns that are currently not needed and pasted them into a new workbook (just incase the user changes their mind). Now I have the problem that the main workbook, when opened, asks if I want to update information from another workbook.
I can't seem to see which cell(s) are linking to the workbook even when I go to Edit Links.
Can anyone tell me how to remove the link please?
Thanks in anticipation

  brambles 13:35 11 Aug 05

Right-click the hyperlink you want to deactivate, point to Hyperlink on the shortcut menu, and then click Remove Hyperlink.

It's easier to just 'HIDE' columns you don't want currently and then 'UNHIDE' them if you do.

  Muckle 15:06 11 Aug 05

Its not a hyperlink it is trying to refer to data in another workbook.
Office 2000 by the way

  Fellsider 15:18 11 Aug 05

Why not just Hide the columns that you don't need?

  VoG II 16:32 11 Aug 05

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