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How do I join a filename and a cellreference, by just filling in .

  1. #1
    René
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    How do I join a filename and a cellreference, by just filling in .

    I created a table with references to several files. Each time I'm getting the
    data from the same cell in each seperate file. I'd like to add a column where
    I only fill in the filename. How do I combine the filled in filename with the
    cell I'm referencing to.

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    Fredrik Wahlgren
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    Re: How do I join a filename and a cellreference, by just filling in .


    "René" <Ren@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:9EFAC376-3A11-4CE7-9AAD-0CCF3DA6E484@microsoft.com...
    > I created a table with references to several files. Each time I'm getting

    the
    > data from the same cell in each seperate file. I'd like to add a column

    where
    > I only fill in the filename. How do I combine the filled in filename with

    the
    > cell I'm referencing to.


    Hmm. Ary you saying that you use references like =[MySheet.xls]Sheet1!$C$7
    and you want the reference to work in such a way that "MySheet.xls" fetched
    from a cell?

    If you insert the name of your file in A1, this reference will work:
    =[A1]Sheet1!$C$7

    /Fredrik




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