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Hi,

I have attached a file which has circular references (highlighted yellow)

Can someone explain why they are circular and/or amend the formula?

Thanks
Seamus
test.xlsx
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in cell G31, you have overwritten the querytable returned value with an =B13

this is the source of the circular reference and should go away after refresh of the table

if you wish to have values in G21:G39 then it may be better to paste values rather than use references.
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Perfect!!

Thanks for that :-)
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