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Manuel_RS Manuel_RS is offline How can I find the cell where the link to a source does not work? Windows 10 How can I find the cell where the link to a source does not work? Office 2016
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Default How can I find the cell where the link to a source does not work?

Hello,



I have a problem:
I opened my Excel and I get the information that the update of data from another source did not work.
I don't know where that should be and I don't see a possibility to identify the specific cell(s).

Can someone help me?


Regards, Manuel
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