Yes, you can. Simply take the following steps:

  1. Open LinkFixer Advanced.
  2. Go to the "Modify Links" tab
  3. On that "Modify Links Options" page, uncheck the box that says "Process non-broken links".
  4. Go to the next wizard screen and select the folder (or folders) that contain your files.
  5. Leave the "Filter Files" and "Filter Links" pages on their default settings.
  6. Go to the "Rename Rules" screen and click "New".
  7. Define the Rename Rule using the settings shown in the following screen:
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  8. Notice that there is a "space" character in the "To:" field.
  9. Click {OK}.
  10. Click {Preview links to be modified}.
  11. Review the preview to be sure you are happy with the results.
  12. Run the process.


Note: This will remove ALL broken links in all files in the folders you selected in step 4, above.