Formula using figures from another worksheet

Gref

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I would like to subtract one cell from another that are on another worksheet to get the sum on the first worksheet. Both cells on another worksheet have formulas in them. I have used =SUM('Register Report'!F48-'Register Report'!F49) and get 0.00. If I test it on a cell that doesn't have a formula in it it works. I know there's something I need to put in the formula to make it read just the result of that cell, but can't remember what it is. Thanks for the help in advance
 

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Gref

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Sorry for my stupidity. Now realize it is Value instead of Sum. DUH.
 
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