VBA - External Path link

iainmartin100

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Hi all, I seem to having one of those days :(

Im trying to write a formula in VBA which refrances a link within the excel document.

In an ideal world I would just use the following:
.Formula = "='C:\Documents and Settings\Imartin\Desktop\[Book2.xls]Sheet1'!$A$1"

The issue is that the link name/location is changable in the document although the tab/cell refrance will be constant.
I have tried the following but am going completly wrong, can someone help?

Dim WW As Variant
WW = ThisWorkbook.LinkSources(xlExcelLinks)

Range("A1").Formula = "='WW Sheet1'!$A$1"
 

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