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Lesson 6-6 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills (138 Video Lessons)
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Essential Skills
Session: Session 6: Working With Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks
Lesson: Lesson 6-6 Create cross worksheet formulas Excel formulas sheet reference. Thumbnail from Excel 2016 Essential Skills Lesson 6-6 Create cross worksheet formulas.
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In this video lesson you'll learn how to create cross-worksheet formulas in Excel 2016. These allow a formula to use values from more than one worksheet. This lesson's example shows how to use cross-worksheet formulas to create a summary of values from each of the example worksheets. You'll see how to create a cross-worksheet formula and examine the code that is needed to refer to a different worksheet. You'll also learn how to create a formula that refers to a worksheet with a space in its name.