Excel Links & Dynamic Named References

RG19

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Hi guys, I hope you are all well. I have taken over a report which is done across 3 workbooks with the aim of automating it as much as possible. In Workbook A I have created a lot of dynamic named ranges and reference them in Workbook B. Originally, I used the offset method of dynamic ranges, but figured out that they didn't work and now I know they don't work on closed workbooks. Therefore I have changed to index match based but i still can't get them to work either??? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks RG 19 Apologies if this has been posted before I searched all over and this is a last resort
 

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