Creating a mastersheet with synced sheets

tanyasculptor

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HI, I am trying to do something that I thought should be quite simple. I am using Google sheets, not excel, on a Mac in Chrome. I have 10 columns and multiple rows of data, which is my master data. In the same workbook, but on a separate sheet, (so not importrange) I want to reflect that data on a number of sheets in the same workbook, so that I can add sheet specific columns after it for different suppliers etc.on each of the different sheets, but always using the same synced data in the first 10 columns, constantly updated by the mastersheet. I am able to sync the data using an array formula, with an open row letter, so that it updates when I add new rows, but none of the formatting is carried over, which is important for what I am doing ( colours, underlining etc. ). I have tried Data Everywhere which does not seem to work and started looking at writing scripts, but too hard for me. There must be an easy method of doing this, it seems like something allot of people would want? Any help very much appreciated. Thank you

 

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