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    Worksheet Links

    I want to establish a link from my worksheets. Using the conventional link method I was able to link the values from my first worksheet to the second worksheet. My problem is when I delete a particular row. The reference of the second worksheet will have an error #REF! since I deleted those cells. Is there any way that I can link my two worksheets without any error that even if I deleted a particular cell/row the reference is still intact?

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    Re: Worksheet Links

    What is the purpose behind linking the 2 sheets? Are you trying to copy specific data from one sheet to the other?
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    Re: Worksheet Links

    Quote Originally Posted by arlu1201 View Post
    What is the purpose behind linking the 2 sheets? Are you trying to copy specific data from one sheet to the other?
    Yes, I am.

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    Re: Worksheet Links

    It will be good if you explain with the help of an excel sample file. I am just guessing that a macro will work good for you to copy the data from sheet 1 to sheet2.

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    Re: Worksheet Links

    Please see attached file.
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    Re: Worksheet Links

    You can try this code -
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    You can assign it to a button. Each time you make changes to your Sheet1, then once you click on the button or shortcut key combination, the data will be copied to Sheet2. You make a change again, click the button or press the shortcut keys and the data will be cleared from sheet2 and re-input with the changes from Sheet1.

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    Re: Worksheet Links

    You can try this code -
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    You can assign it to a button. Each time you make changes to your Sheet1, then once you click on the button or shortcut key combination, the data will be copied to Sheet2. You make a change again, click the button or press the shortcut keys and the data will be cleared from sheet2 and re-input with the changes from Sheet1.

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