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Link a Cell

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Introduction

Do you want data from one cell to be shown in another cell?

This How-To Article shows you how to link data from one cell to another.


Link a Cell

1. Click any cell other than the cell which you would like to link data from.

2. Right-click the cell which has the data you would like to link.

3. From the menu that appears, select "Copy".

4. Right-click the cell which you would like the linked data to go, and select "Paste Special...".

5. Click the "Paste Link" button.

6. Double-click anywhere in the worksheet to complete the copying operation.

7. Now, when you change the contents of the original cell, it will be automatically updated in the second cell.

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