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Can my formula get values from two workbooks

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I have the following forumula (Lookup) that does exactly what I need but was wondering if the same formula can do the lookup to a different workbook?

=IF(ISERROR(OFFSET(mapping!$A$1,MATCH(A133,mapping!A:A,0)-1,0)),"N/A",OFFSET(mapping!$B$1,MATCH(A133,mapping!A:A,0)-1,0))
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it is two separate workbooks, the one I want to read is called xref.xls tab sheet1
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