Help on selecting different projects on numerous sheets to be presented on a single sheet
Hi guys, looking to find solution for the following problem. hope u guys can help! thanks
i have 4 sheets, 3 containing different projects and 1 containing consolidated figures of those three projects.
Im looking for a way to "turn off" or deactivate certain sheet so that i can select which projects i want to be presented/linked on the consolidated sheet.
i want SHEET 1 (project 1) and SHEET 2 (project 2) to be calculated/included as part of my formula on SHEET 4 (which is my consolidated sheet). i want the ability to be able to choose different combinations of projects which should give me diff result on my consolidated page
thanks a bunch!
Re: Help on selecting different projects on numerous sheets to be presented on a single sh
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4. Try to avoid using merged cells as they cause lots of problems.
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