#REF in Excel formula


Any trick to keep excel formula as it is even if look up sheet get deleted.

=COUNTIFS(Sheet1!$D:$D,">="&TODAY()-1) changes to
=COUNTIFS(#REF!$D:$D,">="&TODAY()-1) when I delete Sheet1

Please have a look

Asatoma SadgamayaAnalystAsked:
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
To avoid error results, I would suggest enclosing in an IFERROR statement:

Asatoma SadgamayaAnalystAuthor Commented:
Thank you Saqib for your suggestion, that worked for me.

Good suggestion Rob, I want to see if any thing goes wrong.
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