Microsoft Excel - automatically copy rows and columns to another worksheet

I am an Excel novice, so this may be a very basic question -

I have a list of clients in a worksheet in Excel (with columns 'Name', 'Title', 'Company'). What I want to do is copy the list to another worksheet through some sort of link or formula, such that when I add rows to the client list worksheet, this is reflected in the other worksheet; and when I delete rows, or change data in cells, these changes update automatically in the other worksheet.

I think VLOOKUP is how to do it but I'm not sure, VLOOKUP requires common data between worksheets and I don't really have that here - I just want to show data from one worksheet in another, so I can add columns to show other kinds of info for these clients.
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
If the first sheet is Sheet1 then enter this formula on sheet2 A1 and then copy it down and across as far as required


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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Simple question which might not have a simple answer:

Why do you need a copy of the list in another sheet? Can you not add the other columns alongside the original list?

Rob H
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