Manitain references to internal worksheets

brad38

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Hello, i have designed a sheet that sources data from about 15 worksheets in the same workbook. I wish to delete these datasheeets and save as a template that i can then reinsert new datasheets using a macro.

My problem is that when i delete the datasheets, the references change from eg. '1BOTTOM'!A:A to #REF!A:A. Can i maintain that link even after deleting the source datasheet?
 

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GlennUK

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Only by using the INDIRECT function, like INDIRECT("'1BOTTOM'!A:A").
 

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