specific cell reference with Structured Reference?

LlebKcir

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That is why I started small. I understand the basics of formula linking of data, now it is time to learn how to pull data out of a table in workbook1 and use that data in workbook2.

Simple formula linking will not suffices for that. This will require vb scripting to solve. the looping, placements, etc... over time I will figure out.

How to pull data from a table on workbook1 using variables (i, x, e, something) for the row value while using column headers in the ListObjects.() the placement of that data I think I can do something much like I already am doing with the code linked earlier.
 

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