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Jump directly to linked cell in a formula

Chetan

New Member
Dear Excel Savvy,


I have a Excel workbook with multiple worksheets in it.

And one worksheet named as “Summary”. In this Summary sheet all other worksheets are linked with formula. Ex. =Calc!F16.

Now the problem is, can I jump directly to the Cell in calc sheet from where the value in Summary sheet is being calculated.


Any help in this would be appreciated.


Thanks,

Chetan
 

Smallman

Excel Ninja
Hi Chetan

It is a bit long winded but I click on Formula - Trace Precedents - then click OK and it jumps to the sheet and cell which the formula references.

Take care

Smallman
 

Debraj

Excel Ninja
Just a side note..

Ctrl + [ - > Trace Precedent..
Ctrl + ] - > Trace Dependent..

Ctrl + Shift + [ - > Trace Precedent.. All Levels
Ctrl + Shift + ] - > Trace Dependent.. All Levels
 
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oldchippy

Active Member
Hi Chetan,

Another alternative is to go to Excel Options > Advanced and deselect "Allow editing directly in cells", then when you double-click your formula in your Summary Sheet you automatically jump to cell F16 on the Calc sheet.
 

Varun Gupta

New Member
Just a side note..

Ctrl + [ - > Trace Precedent..
Ctrl + ] - > Trace Dependent..

Ctrl + Shift + [ - > Trace Precedent.. All Levels
Ctrl + Shift + ] - > Trace Dependent.. All Levels
HI

while CTRL + [ takes you to the first link in formula is there a way to navigate to 2nd link as well. For example if my formula is A2+Sheet2!A1, it will take me to A2 cell but then how do i move to Sheet2!A1?

Any way out?
 
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