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List Changes Between Two Worksheets

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    List Changes Between Two Worksheets

    Hi,

    I have a workbook with data sheets ( named datewise) and a comparison sheet.
    I want to be able to insert names of two datasheets in the comparison page and get the difference.
    Sample with desired results attached.
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    Re: List Changes Between Two Worksheets

    In C2, =INDIRECT(""&$H$1&"!"&C2)-INDIRECT(""&$I$1&"!"&C2). You should then be able to copy and paste to other cells

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    Re: List Changes Between Two Worksheets

    Hi alan,

    It doesnt work.Circular reference mentioned.

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    Re: List Changes Between Two Worksheets

    Please try at C2
    =INDIRECT("'"&$I$1&"'!RC",)-INDIRECT("'"&$H$1&"'!RC",)

    RC with no number reference to same cell location.

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    Re: List Changes Between Two Worksheets

    Hi Bo_Ry,

    It works!
    Thanks

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    Re: List Changes Between Two Worksheets

    If that takes care of your original question, please select Thread Tools from the menu link above and mark this thread as SOLVED. Thanks.
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