I have a payroll workbook that I'm working on. Every two weeks I add another worksheet by copying the template. Is there a way that my total worksheet could be continually updated to reflect the new worksheet, preferably without using a vba.
If your new sheets always follow a particular date format, then you could construct a summary sheet that uses calculated references to construct the information you need, using IFERROR statements to hide/recast
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