Breaking Links - BUT WHERE ARE THEY???



Dammit Microsoft! I'm trying Office 2007 and in Excel's Edit/Links routine,
although you have at least added a "break links" option, you STILL haven't
incorporated a means to discover which cells/formulae contain the links.
SURELY you would instinctively know the importance of finding such cells to
be able to know what the implications are of breaking these links?

I downloaded a third party solution ("") while I was still using
Excel 2000. That was immediately before I decided to try 2007 and I dunno
till I try whether its Excel 2007 compliant. Why would you leave such an
obvious need to be filfilled by a third party?

Please, in 2010 would you PLEASE PLEASE do the obvious and incorporate a
"find linked cells" facility?

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