Oct 19 2022 01:10 AM
Oct 19 2022 02:24 AM - edited Oct 19 2022 02:27 AM
Hello Bill, if I have understood you correctly then "yes" there is such a possibility. You can use the HYPERLINK() function to create a link to the table where the data comes from. The link to the table must be structured as follows:
=HYPERLINK(#SHEETNAME!CELLREFERENCE, DISPLAY TEXT) =HYPERLINK("#Sheet2!B2","klick here")
I have created a small example document for you. In Sheet1 are the links that refer to Sheet2-4.
Now you only have to determine how the data comes into the function.
Possibility 1: You have a column where the sheetnames are to be referred to. Or possibility 2: You get the sheetname from one of the formulas in the row that refers to the corresponding worksheet. I have done this using the example of a very simple function that fetches a cell content from the worksheet. The FORMULATEXT() function is used to filter out the sheet name. In any case, this must be adapted for you, as you probably do not use such a simple function as I have used.
Oct 19 2022 03:11 AM
Oct 19 2022 03:27 AM
Hello Bill, have you taken the trouble to look at my example document? There I have prepared a jump to another worksheet for you. If that's not it, then I don't understand the request well enough. Maybe you can create a concrete example. Then it will be easier.
Oct 19 2022 04:28 AM