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Information is entered there, then another hyperlink redirects you back to where you left off in Main. Find and replace doesn't work for this; I suspect I need a macro but I have no idea how to go about writing it.

There are 80 or so cells with these hyperlinks in each row of Main, so there are 80 rows on Actions, one for each data point, each with a hyperlink back to the next adjacent cell from where you left off on Main.

Thanks for your response Sal, the problem is intermitent and doesn't prejudice against longer directories.

If you choose to not update links, and not to prompt, users of the workbook will not know the data is out of date.

If you use the instructions here to simply pull data from both workbooks your troubles will be solved. This workbook contains one or more links that cannot be updated. I just want to disable this box or prevent it from appearing.

B receives data from C via a link A receives data from B, including data B received from C I want to update all the links when I open A I get that a Workbook_open event is used from This Workbook in Workbook A, in VBA I have spent many hours attempting to get this to work to no avail Tiny bits of my code work but have troubles with updating links, which stalls the code that starts on A opening So the way you are doing this is bad, in the sense that you have two layers of inheritance, leading to needless complication.

Hold down the ALT F11 keys, and it opens the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Window.2. Then press F5 key to run this code, and a prompt box to let you input your old hyperlink address into the Old text box. Click OK, and another prompt box is popped out to remind you entering the new hyperlink address that you want to use.5.

Click Insert Sub Replace Hyperlinks() 'Updateby20140220 Dim Ws As Worksheet Dim x Hyperlink As Hyperlink Dim x Old As String, x New As String x Title Id = "Kutoolsfor Excel" Set Ws = Application. Input Box("Old text:", x Title Id, "", Type:=2) x New = Application. And then click OK, all the same old hyperlink addresses have been replaced by the new one at once.