To look for links from a workbook, open or install the add-in FINDLINK.XLA, activate the workbook and use Tools / Find Links. It will ask you for a text string to look for. You can specify the name of a specific workbook (e.g. “SOURCE.XLS”) or just “.XLS” to find references to any .XLS file. You can even enter “#REF” to find any names which refer to deleted ranges or a range name to find where that named range is used. Optionally the utility will list the occurrences, list and delete (replacing with values where appropriate), or ask you what to do with each occurrence. Version 9.2 fixes a few bugs and works with Vista.