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How can I reference a sheet by forming the name of the sheet from two separate cells?

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    Question How can I reference a sheet by forming the name of the sheet from two separate cells?

    Hi

    I need to reference a sheet in my workbook by forming the name of the sheet from two separate cells.

    Specifically:

    Assume my workbook has two sheets, one named MySheet. In this sheet:

    Cell A1 has the value query
    Cell A2 has the value 123456789
    Cell A3 needs to reference a cell (P2) in the second worksheet named query123456789

    What do I write in cell A3?

    I hope I have illustrated my problem clearly. If not, please let me know what I need to clarify.

    All help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    RB

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    Re: How can I reference a sheet by forming the name of the sheet from two separate cells?

    Wow! Thanks so much! Just what I needed.

    Really grateful!

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