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Default Breaking Links in Excel 2000


I've got a spreadsheet that has been saved year over year to the new
year. Although links to certain files are no longer within the body of
the current file, when I go to editlinks, all of the old files show
there as linked to (going back to 1998). I would like the editlinks
to only show the files that the workbook is currently linked to. I know
in Excel 2002+ there is a function that will "break links" but I'm using
Excel 2000 and can't seem to get rid of these many files. Any help would
be appreciated--

Thanks,
Amy


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