making a document from an excel spreadsheet

JABRONIE

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i want to make several documents and have the information from each row on a seperate sheet of paper. And so is there a way i can make a master document that would automatically fill in each cell into the correct spot. Hope this makes sense?
 

Excel Facts

Fastest way to copy a worksheet?
Hold down the Ctrl key while dragging tab for Sheet1 to the right. Excel will make a copy of the worksheet.
On your master sheet, the one used for input, use 3D references to your other sheets.

On your master if cell A5 has your first line of information that you want to be placed on another sheet, go to that other sheet and in the cell you want the master information transfered from put:

='Sheet1'!A5

now anything you put on your master sheet, "Sheet1" cell "A5" will automatically go to the cell on the other sheet containing the 3D reference above. JSW
This message was edited by Joe Was on 2002-09-12 13:34
 
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