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Working on an excel spreadsheet that is linked. I am adding tabs to the files but each tab has whatever is on the master sheet, how do I make each tab hold its own info?

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    Brett Duxbury Dec 04, 2016

    Hi Sally Tucker,we want to help you with your question, but we need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    tabs are these the workbooks at the bottom of the spreadsheet ?
    Are you copying the information to the new tab ?
    When you are copying the information to the new tab it will be linked to the master sheet.
    When you paste- select copy values only rather than the formulas linked to the master sheet.

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What version of Excel are you working with. Newer versions allow you to have multiple spreadsheets grouped together into what is called a, "Workbook." To view the sheets separately, you simply click on the tabs at the bottom of the workbook. The easiest way I know of to join spreadsheets together into a single workbook is to open all of them at the same time, then choose, "View / Arrange All," and they'll be small, but you can grab each one by its tab and drag it to the workbook you want them in. Then you save the workbook (give it a new name like, "Accounting Roll-UP," or, "Consolidated Books," or whatever best describes it) making sure to close all the (now empty) spreadsheets without saving your changes to them (or else you'll lose your 'back-up' data). Voila! You open one file, and all your spreadsheets are available with the click of a mouse.

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hello
yes it is.
example

sheet1
A1 (50)
A2 (50)

sheet2

(A1)=
"=Sheet1!A2+Sheet1!A1" <-this is the actually code in sheet2 column A1

ok let me explain
in A1 and A2 in sheet1 you got 50 and 50 like numbers.

in A1 on Sheet2 you have = sheet1 a1 + sheet1 a2.

did you get it?
dont know else how I should explain it...
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A similiar thing happened to me once and I used the format
"Sheets("Lab Work Order Master").Copy(,ActiveSheet)" instead of
"Sheets("Lab Work Order Master").Copy After:=ActiveSheet"

You may also want to try using a sheet index instead of "ActiveSheet" to refer to your sheet.
P.S. Don't forget to rate me. Wish you the best.

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