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comment How do I find the external data in an Excel 2010 workbook that appears to have none?
Not sure why you were voted down, but this is the only way I have found to solve the problem if it is a spurious message caused by a pivot table (which it usually is in my case).
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comment In Chrome “Advanced Sync Settings…” dialogue, why are “Encryption Options” disabled?
Thanks, I think that was the explanation I was looking for.
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comment In Chrome “Advanced Sync Settings…” dialogue, why are “Encryption Options” disabled?
Perhaps I should note that my goal is to use my Google credentials for Chrome Sync (note I am not syncing passwords)
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comment In Chrome “Advanced Sync Settings…” dialogue, why are “Encryption Options” disabled?
But I don't want to change my password or reset my data. Are you saying that if I want to change my encryption options, then I have to go to the Dashboard and use the "Stop and Clear" button to turn Sync off, and if I do that then afterwards I'll be able to change the "Encryption Options".
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comment How do I find the external data in an Excel 2010 workbook that appears to have none?
That's a cool tool, but it found no links, and no links that reference ".x" or ".X". Nothing obvious in the conditional formatting either.
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comment How do I find the external data in an Excel 2010 workbook that appears to have none?
And when I click the "Connections" dialog as you describe, it opens a "Workbook Connections" dialog which is empty.
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comment How do I find the external data in an Excel 2010 workbook that appears to have none?
Note that the "Connections" button in the "Data" ribbon is part of a group of buttons also called "Connections". That's what I was referring to above.
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asked How do I find the external data in an Excel 2010 workbook that appears to have none?