Help! Linking to another spread sheet Macro

mobilesuit818

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current setup us WinXP, XL2000.

I trying to figure out a macro , so that i can link an entire worksheet to another worksheet in the same worlbook.
so that if there any changes in the 1st worksheet, the 2nd would already be updated.

Can anyone help me out with this Macro.?
 

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HalfAce

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This doesn't sound too difficult, depending on what you mean by linking the entire sheet.
Are the sheets to be identical? If J5 changes in sheet1, you want that value to be the
same in J5 of sheet2 (and so on)?
 

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