get worksheet name in formula

Gates Is Antichrist

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Can I do it withOUT VBA? Maybe it's somewhere in CELL() ?

I want the user to see:

Refer to worksheet Sheet3 for assumptions.

So I want something like
="Refer to worksheet " & sheet(sheet3!a1) & " for assumptions."

Duh, I know it's sheet3 now; but I want it to dynamicly react to sheet name renames.
 

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Doug.T

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=MID(CELL("filename",A1),FIND("]",CELL("filename",A1))+1,256)
 

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