Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Pasting picture links, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Voiceover] In this workbook, there are four…separate sheets for each quarter.…First quarter, second quarter, and as I'm…clicking on these, you'll see immediately…they have exactly the same layout,…their formula's in place, they're the green cells…and the yellow cells at the bottom.…The other cells with white backgrounds…are simply values.…Now, what we'd like to be able to do…is to set up a summary sheet.…And I've done some of the work for this already.…Eventually what we will see or want to see…on each of these sheets here is an image…of the summary sheet.…Now, possibly this is projection data…well into the future, or maybe it's historical data.…
But no matter the situation, we should be able to…and we will be able to have, in effect,…on each of the quarter sheets, an image…of our summary sheet out here,…and it will be called a linked image,…and it will be, so to speak, live,…in other words, it will be truly reflective…of whatever changes occur on the summary sheet.…So unlike pasting a picture, this is going to be…
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