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Old August 13th 05, 12:30 AM
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In Excel - how do I format a reference cell so that the reference changes as
the source cell changes. example: Source cell on one worksheet; reference
cell on a linked worksheet. If I resort the worksheet and the source cell
moves, the reference is not moving with it. The reference cell remains
linked to the first cell on the source sheet. I have used both formats of
anchoring with a $ and using nothing. Help.

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Old August 13th 05, 12:41 AM
Vasant Nanavati
 
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It can't be done.

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In Excel - how do I format a reference cell so that the reference changes
as
the source cell changes. example: Source cell on one worksheet;
reference
cell on a linked worksheet. If I resort the worksheet and the source cell
moves, the reference is not moving with it. The reference cell remains
linked to the first cell on the source sheet. I have used both formats of
anchoring with a $ and using nothing. Help.





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