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    Hi

    I am trying to figure out a concatenated hyperlink.

    =HYPERLINK(CONCATENATE("[CSUL.xlsx]",A12,"!A7"),"Goto")

    This is what I have got so far it links to the workbook CSUL.xlsx but not the Sheet and Cell. The sheet name is in Cell A12.

    I think this is a problem with Parenthesis. If not concatenated the Workbook would have =HYPERLINK("[CSUL.xlsx]A12!B4","Goto" the two red Parentasis

    the 2 red parenthesis.

    Can anyone help

    Thanks in advance

    Toby

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Does the sheet name have any spaces in it? If so, try:

    =HYPERLINK(CONCATENATE("[CSUL.xlsx]'",A12,"'!A7"),"Goto")
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    Default Re: Concatenated hyperlink

    No spaces in sheet name

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