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    is there a formula that will address the following issue:

    i have a separate tab for each month (jan!, feb!...) of the year - in one of the columns i look up values from the prior month (tab)

    i make a copy of the feb! sheet and name it mar!. the lookup value is still linked to jan! (the prior month for the feb! sheet).

    is there a formula whereby i don't have to change the vlookup formula from jan! to feb!?

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    There may be a way, but it's fairly easy to change them all at once. Just select all the cells with the Lookup formulas and use Find and Replace

    [ This Message was edited by: lenze on 2002-03-14 09:35 ]

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