Updating another worksheet's data when a row is added to the Master

m27mitchell

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Hi. I am having an issue with 2 linked spreadsheets. I need to have some the same data in both sheets...I linked them so i only have to enter data in one of them to save time. Occasionally i need to insert a new row in the first sheet for new projects. Is it possible to have that new row (and certain columns of data i enter in it) automatically created in the second spreadsheet? At this time I have to create a new row and then link the cell in the second sheet manually every time. Is there a quicker way? Thanks in advance...


Example is:

Sheet 1 has Columns for A, B, C, D, E but I only want the info in B, D and E carried over. I have that part down, but not when it comes to automatically adding a new row to Sheet 2, when I've added it in Sheet 1.
 

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