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I have a formula that I want to copy across different worksheets in a

workbook but it keeps incrementing values that need to remain constant.

The formula is as follows:

=VLOOKUP(A95,Items!A2:B500,2,FALSE)

And the part of the formula that I don't want to change is "A2:B500" (Items!

being alpha remains as does "2,FALSE")

I've tried using paste special but have not found the right combination. Is

there a wilcard character that can be used? I've seen the use of $ but am not

sure of the ramifications and where/when to use it.

Currently, I'm having to manually edit each formula but there's got to be a

better way!

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer,

-jt.

workbook but it keeps incrementing values that need to remain constant.

The formula is as follows:

=VLOOKUP(A95,Items!A2:B500,2,FALSE)

And the part of the formula that I don't want to change is "A2:B500" (Items!

being alpha remains as does "2,FALSE")

I've tried using paste special but have not found the right combination. Is

there a wilcard character that can be used? I've seen the use of $ but am not

sure of the ramifications and where/when to use it.

Currently, I'm having to manually edit each formula but there's got to be a

better way!

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer,

-jt.

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workbook but it keeps incrementing values that need to remain constant.

The formula is as follows:

=VLOOKUP(A95,Items!A2:B500,2,FALSE)

And the part of the formula that I don't want to change is "A2:B500" (Items!

being alpha remains as does "2,FALSE")

I've tried using paste special but have not found the right combination. Is

there a wilcard character that can be used? I've seen the use of $ but am not

sure of the ramifications and where/when to use it.

Currently, I'm having to manually edit each formula but there's got to be a

better way!

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer,

-jt.

Sub Workordercopy()

'

ActiveSheet.Select

ActiveSheet.Copy Before:=Workbooks("workorders.xls").Sheets(1)

End Sub

original source spreadsheet. The formulas should calculate only from

internal cells and tabs .

Thanks!

original source spreadsheet. The formulas should calculate only from

internal cells and tabs .

you delete a LIST without deleting the data?

thanks

Eg - Product

Name

I have tried using the vbCrLf function that you use in a message box, like this:

Cells(1, 1).Value = "Product" & vbCrLf & "Name"

But this leaves a small square between the two words(?)

Any ideas?

If I have a cell lets say A1 with a formula in it say "=A2" how do I copy A1 into A3 so that A3 will contain the text =A2 (and not the formula)?

I have tried Paste Special but this doesn't do the trick....

when I move the location the formula is now "=sum(d31+d31). I would like to

move the first formula anywhere on the spreadsheet w/o it being changed. How

do you do that? Is it an absolute value or something like that?

formula does NOT have a link back to the copied workbook...... WITHOUT

redirecting/editing the Link?

when I move the location the formula is now "=sum(d31+d31). I would like to

move the first formula anywhere on the spreadsheet w/o it being changed. How

do you do that? Is it an absolute value or something like that?

However, the second " cuts off the first one. Does anyone know how to get around this?

How do you display a zip code with a leading zero without changing the format

to a text field?

to a text field?

tab's name? I'm using the formula in a different file from the source data

I'm referencing. This source file will be written over constantly with a new

source file. The file name and path will always remain the same, and I

always want to reference the same worksheet tab and cell, but the worksheet

tab's name will change. In other words, I always want my file to reference

cell A2 in the 2nd tab from the left from the source file.

cells on a worksheet in Excel 2003?

same references? e.g. cell A3 has the formula A1+A2. A6 has the formula

A4+A5. I want to copy A3 and A4 into A15 and A16 in order to have A15 with

the formula A1+A2 and A16 with the same formula as A6 (A4+A5).

- code a formula in cell B1 to do the following ....?

Example

If cell B2= anything from 0.001 to 1.999

Then I need cell B1 to show 2.000

If cell B2 = 0.000

Then I need cell B1 to show 0.000

But If cell B2 is anything from 2 or higher

Then I need cell B1 to be whatever number is in cell B2

Thanks ahead a time for assistance with my problem.

Just as a primitive example:

In cell A1 is the formula =B1

In cell B1 I write the word cat.

Now A1 will show the word cat.

So far, so good.

However, if I insert a column between A and B

the formula in A1 now shows =C1.

I want the formula in cell A1 to stay and continue saying =B1 after I insert a column.

Is it possible to "freeze" a formula.

For Example:

Totals hours spent on administration: =D7 if C7 = administration

I don't know if this is possible, but I hope so! If I'm confusing, I apologize because I'm not well versed in computer terminology.

Thanks,

How can I copy a formula but only every 65 cells.

For exmaple, I want the formula in A66, A110, and so on but not in A65 or A67.

The problem is that I have a table full of information and I need to extract identification characters from it. They appear every 65 cells at the exact same location.

Please let me know if I explained it decently.

V.

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