[access-uk] Re: an excel question

Adrian:

By default, Excel provides three sheets in a workbook.
These are labelled, sheet1, sheet2 and sheet3 by default.
They can be renamed however - that's another story.

If your data is in sheet1 at present, then go to the next sheet (2) by
pressing:
Ctrl+pgdn

If the total cell in sheet1 is cell d9, in sheet2 at your chosen point you
put in the formula:

=sheet1!d9

That should do it.

I strongly recommend that you find John Wilson's tutorial and peruse it.

HTH

David W Wood

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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Adrien Collins
Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 2:57 PM
To: 'access uk'
Subject: [access-uk] an excel question

Hi

I use a workbook in excel to keep track of my finances. I
would like to automatically have the total of one
spreadsheet entered into the columns of another spreadsheet
in the same workbook, is this possible? Could you please
tell me how to do it?

Regards

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