MS Query - Parameter Question

MarkAndrews

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When using MS Query, can you use a sheet tab (Jan, Feb, Mar etc) as the parameter, so the query will return the data held on that sheet?

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stuartford

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Bear with me here cause this isnt exactly what your looking for but it might be of help

there is a formula that you can type into excel that returns the Active Sheet Name you could use that as your look up criteria in the MSQ. now unfortunatly i cant remember how this formula is written and im struggling to get the search to work but im sure someone on here knows.

so not the greatest response but i hope its of some help

Stu
 

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