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Posted on 2013-11-08
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Can someone help with this formula?
=HYPERLINK(TEXT(CELL("address",'Income Statement'!D108),""),TEXT(G14,""))
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Question by:Jenedge73
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Try:

=HYPERLINK("#"&TEXT(CELL("address",'Income Statement'!D108),""),TEXT(G14,""))

although not sure you need the TEXT() functions.
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