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Excel won't allow to break links...

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Question by:Ayansane
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Right Click, Remove Hyperlink. Does that work?
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs) earned 450 total points
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Wrong links John. Breaking links refers to links to other data sources, not hyperlinks.

Ayansane, we're going to need a bit more information. Does it give any error messages when attempting to break links? What are the links to? All links or just some?
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Thx much...
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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Sometimes , when you have a broken link inside a named range , then it will not break by breaking link, you need to remove the named range and then it will break
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