Automatically updating sheet list in excel
I then have separate worksheets that breakdown into subcategories from the first. I want to be able to add/change something in the first one and it change/add it in the second. Paste Special Paste:=xl Paste Values, Operation:=xl None, Skip Blanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False ws. Is there a way to set this as a auto fill for 24 different cells? I need to update workbooks by first transferring data into primary (master) workbook than then have master workbook feed the total updates back to individual workbooks while adding new employees to master and deleting employees that quit from the master workbook.
The "group" function works for the add part BUT if one the original page, I add something on line 116, I don't want it to add on 116 in the second worksheet as there are only 20 lines in that second worksheet so I'd want it to land on line 21.
This tip (10653) applies to Microsoft Excel 2007, 2010, and 2013.
You can find a version of this tip for the older menu interface of Excel here: Editing the Same Cell in Multiple Sheets.
I then included in the next column the quantity of a specific stock, in the next column I used =' ACC Market # 1'!
If your worksheets are very similar to each other, Excel provides a very easy way to modify the contents of a particular cell on each workbook, all at the same time.
In my sample file, I listed four worksheets, and formatted the list as a named Excel table. Next, I selected the list of sheet names (not the heading), and named the list – Sheet List.
I’ll use that name when creating the drop down list.
You probably don’t need to list all the sheets in the file – don’t include any Admin sheets where you keep the lookup lists, etc.
Tip: Since this list will be use for selecting a sheet, you could sort the sheet names alphabetically, to make them easier to find in a long list.