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You can revoke any existing will simply by destroying the original and any copies and notifying the executor that you have done so.
Then you can simply have a new will drafted to replace it. Every will starts out by stating that it is revoking any prior wills so that there is only one valid will at a time. Once you have the will drafted to say what you want, you have it signed, dated, and witnessed, then put it in a safe place and notify the executor that a new will exists.