#value error in linked workbooks

kb113

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Hi Everyone,

I have been searching all the different forums for a solution and I haven't found one that works. I am using multiple COUNTIF / SUMIF functions in my spreadsheet for different calculations and the data is sourced in a second workbook. I know when the source workbook is closed, you will receive the #value error in the destination workbook. However I am trying to share my destination workbook with colleagues that cannot have access to some of the information in the source workbook, so I am looking for VBA code that will open the source workbook to update the links and then close. Is this possible?
 

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