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  1. Several hundred (or more) of the hyperlink paths from my predecessors are absolute paths, but the network drive names have changed. This, of course, leads to not being able to find the destination. When I find them I convert them to relative paths, and in about 65 or 70 years I will probably have them all "fixed". So I'm hoping, much like using ATTOUT to get a list of block attributes (and more importantly, the list of blocks) the is something that will generate a report of hyperlinks. From there I'm hoping there's a simple method of converting them to relative path. Or maybe there's something even better and easier that I'm not aware of (which is what I'm guessing). These are utility infrastructure maps, and they are based in 1/4 section, and utility. So the Water Dept. maps number about 50, and Electric Dept. has about 30 maps... so all in all there are 80 maps (or so) saved as individual files. Each file has between 2 and 60 hyperlinks. The last page I worked on was about 50/50 for relative or absolute path. Quick crash on math, there could be as many as 1200 Absolute Path hyperlinks that need to be corrected. (Averaging 31 hyperlinks per page, 80 pages... 2480 hyperlinks. About 50% were absolute paths... 1240. Being optimistic and rounded down to 1200 ;-0) Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
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