# Finding and NAMING precedent cells within workbook

#### abellis

##### New Member
Hi,

I have a workbook with a number of worksheets that contain the same template of information i.e. products and prices. There are multiple worksheets within the workbook, each representing a different shop, but showing the same product (different price) information sheet.

Within a summary sheet (in the same workbook) i have used the formula: MIN('1FT:1MH'!D141)&" : "&MAX('1FT:1MH'!D141) to find the price range of each product across different shops (i.e. sheets), but i then want to be able to locate the specific cell that the minimum and maximin price were lifted from. As well as locate it, would it be possible to insert the NAME of the worksheet it is taken from within the workbook?

Thanks in anticipation ;0)

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