Utility to repair hyperlinks in office documents/pdf/mindmap


I'm looking for a free utility resembling link repair v 3 (vantage softtec), replace magic or linktek.

Not looking for a website hyperlink repair tool, rather a tool to repair broken hyperlinks in office documents.

I need this because I'm organising a digital trashday and folder restructuring in local governments. When the administration starts moving their files around they will need a solution for the hyperlink problem.

A tool that doesn't repair but locates the broken hyperlinks/moved documents only would work too. This would allow manual repair.

Does anybody know about such a free tool?
Thanks in advance

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Re: hyperlinks

This seems like something to program to your requirements. MS Office has quite powerful options.

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Re: hyperlinks

It's an impossible undertaking to check document per document. The tool needs to be able to scan multiple files in multiple folders for problems with links.

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Re: multiple folders with multiple files

That's no problem for your experienced programmer.

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This looks like a job for

Your programmer plus maybe a tool like WordPipe.

But you have that requirement it must be free. That can mean it is worth nothing to you to have fixed? Or did I misread you?

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