Dynamic data source for vlookup

Sirishaj

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Hello,

I have an excel spreadsheet (A) that is going be constantly updated with new data. I need to reference this spreadsheet to perform some calculations using Vlookup in another spreadsheet (B).

Is there a way that spreadsheet B would constantly update itself when a new data entry is made to A?
 

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Sirishaj

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Thank you for the reply. Is there a way I can print/display a named range in another workbook. I just need one column from workbook A in workbook B, that forms the basis of my Vlookup. Since A is updated frequently, I want the same column in B to dynamically update.
 

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