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You can copy any selected cell(s), and then in the sheet you want a link in, select 'Paste Special' from the Edit menu, and then choose 'Paste Link.' I have assumed that you're working in Excel, since you mentioned sheets. The pasted link will update any time you open the second sheet with the links in it.

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