Referencing the file path location of another file

scanavan

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Good morning,

In support of the indirect function, does anyone know of a function that can identify the file path location of another workbook.

This reference should return in the form of text (looking familiar to a hyperlink) which would then form an input into the indirect function.

Thank you
 

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BrianB

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Not sure what you mean. Where, in fact, is the 'other workbook' located ?
What 'other workbook' ?
 

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