Workbook.BreakLink method (Excel)
Converts formulas linked to other Microsoft Excel sources or OLE sources to values.
expression.BreakLink (Name, Type)
expression A variable that represents a Workbook object.
|Name||Required||String||The name of the link.|
|Type||Required||XlLinkType||The type of link.|
In this example, Microsoft Excel converts the first link (an Excel link type) in the active workbook. This example assumes that at least one formula exists in the active workbook that links to another Excel source.
Sub UseBreakLink() Dim astrLinks As Variant ' Define variable as an Excel link type. astrLinks = ActiveWorkbook.LinkSources(Type:=xlLinkTypeExcelLinks) ' Break the first link in the active workbook. ActiveWorkbook.BreakLink _ Name:=astrLinks(1), _ Type:=xlLinkTypeExcelLinks End Sub
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