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I have a workbook with 3 sheets. Sheet 1 has the Names, Date of Birth and ADM No. of learners. Sheet 2 and 3 has formulae echo-ing the data in sheet 1 and columns with marks for each of 2 learning areas - one on each sheet. PROBLEM: I need to be able to sort across the sheets ie if the names get swopped in sheet 1 then the corresponding marks in sheet 2 and 3 must also be swopped. Thanks Raymond
Hi Raymond, I have a solution for you. Asuming your 'main' sheet is Sheet1. On Sheet2, in the same line as your data on sheet1 (i.e. A5 on sheet1 is JIM), then on A5 on sheet2, enter a link ( the = ) and enter. copy this formula down. Do the same with Sheet3 linking to Sheet1. When you sort Sheet1, Sheet 2 and 3 will follow. Hope this helps. Regards DeltaC
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