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I'm getting a somewhat different take on this problem than either of my international counterparts. My question for Rainer is, "Why don't you change the absolutes to relatives and let the problem solve itself." Well, at least partially.

In your formula you have the SheetName referenced as "$Tabelle1." The default in LibreCalc makes that an absolute reference, forcing the program always to look back to the original source workbook. Remove the reference-lock ($) so the formula reads "Tabelle.1" instead, and when you paste into the destination workbook, you'll have a relative reference which looks for a comparable data sheet there.

But we're not done yet. What is meant by a "comparable" sheet? The receiving sheet (where you will paste the formulae) must have the same relative positioning in both workbooks. In the source workbook let's suppose the sheet from which you are copying is separated from Tabelle.1 by two other sheets. In the destination workbook, *the sheet into which you are pasting must also be separated by two sheets* from the worksheet equivalent to Tabelle.1 -- in the same relative position.

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I'm getting a somewhat different take on this problem than either of my international counterparts. My question for Rainer is, "Why don't you change the absolutes to relatives and let the problem solve itself." Well, at least partially.

In your formula you have the SheetName referenced as "$Tabelle1." The default in LibreCalc makes that an absolute reference, forcing the program always to look back to the original source workbook. Remove the reference-lock ($) so the formula reads "Tabelle.1" instead, and when you paste into the destination workbook, you'll have a relative reference which looks for the data in a comparable ~~data ~~sheet there.

But we're not done yet. What is meant by a "comparable" sheet? The receiving sheet (where you will paste the formulae) must have the same relative positioning in both workbooks. In the source workbook let's suppose the sheet from which you are copying is separated from Tabelle.1 by two other sheets. In the destination workbook, *the sheet into which you are pasting must also be separated by two sheets* from the worksheet equivalent to Tabelle.1 -- in the same relative position.

Spread the joy!

3 | No.3 Revision |

I'm getting a somewhat different take on this problem than either of my international counterparts. My question for Rainer is, "Why don't you change the absolutes to relatives and let the problem solve itself." Well, at least partially.

In your formula you have the SheetName referenced as "$Tabelle1." The default in LibreCalc makes that an absolute reference, forcing the program always to look back to the original source workbook. Remove the reference-lock ($) so the formula reads simply "Tabelle.1" ~~instead, ~~and when you paste into the destination workbook, you'll have a relative reference which looks for the data in a comparable sheet there.

But we're not done yet. What is meant by a "comparable" sheet? The receiving sheet (where you will paste the formulae) must have the same relative positioning in both workbooks. In the source workbook let's suppose the sheet from which you are copying is separated from Tabelle.1 by two other sheets. In the destination workbook, *the sheet into which you are pasting must also be separated by two sheets* from the worksheet equivalent to Tabelle.1 -- in the same relative position.

Spread the joy!

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