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 Author Robert Bogue  Views 303 View Original Article

Sometimes the data you need is in the same Excel book, but not the same spreadsheet you’re working on. Adding the data all over again in this sheet can be redundant, especially if there are frequent changes and calculations. In this quick tip, I’ll show you how you can get cells from one sheet to another and get the results you need where you are. See more quick tips here: Quick Tips for Microsoft Office Applications. The post Quick Tip: Microsoft Excel: Referring to Other Sheets ap…
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