Link Problem

billythekidcal

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I have been trying to set up links to large standardized datasets, and had been using lookups, but the links were huge, so I went to sumif statements with named ranges, but my sumif statements don't work unless the files they are drawing from are open. Does anyone know a workaround for this (ie. a small dynamic link that does not lose the information when the dependent file is closed). Thanks
 

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