Workbook to Workbook formula


D

dzelnio

=WordCountstest.xls!$A:$D

Why does this formula only show the top, left cel of my target data.
I am trying make rows A, B, C and D from one workbook called
"WordCountstest.xls" simply equal (or transfer or link) the same rows
on another workbook called Workbookdz.

?
 
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B

Bob Phillips

Use

=WordCountstest.xls!A1

and copy down and across

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HTH

Bob

(there's no email, no snail mail, but somewhere should be gmail in my addy)
 
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D

dzelnio

No go.
It looks like this and still show only the top left cel.
=WordCountstest.xls!A1:D3000
Dave
 

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