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Removing a link from a file - Excel still looking for it

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If I remove a link from a file - how can I get Excel to stop looking for it when I open the file again?
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break the link and sometimes the broken link is maybe stored in named range so delete the named range with broken link. save and close and when you open again excel will not be looking for it.
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Best solution I've gotten so far :-)
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