Question about Microsoft Excel for PC
Trying to link several formulas from multiple worksheets into one overall workbook
Posted by Anonymous on
Pen both the sheets in the same window as:-
1. View Tab-->New Window --> Arrange All --> tiled
2. Open first sheet in first window and second in second window
3. now create formula simply by clicking in corresponding sheets and selecting cells.
Alternatively you can use following format of addressing:-
1. SheetName!CellAddress (Same Workbook)
2. [WorkbookName]SheetName!CellAddress (Different Workbooks)
For more clarification please mail on email@example.com with screenshots.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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