But still, using "non-copyback", the out-of-scenario-scope cells will be empty
for a referer:
will show "0" if C1 is not a cell of the scenario on the mother-sheet.
What i really need is an option attached to the "Copy the whole sheet" option,
which would be "as a shadow copy". And then a scenario would also contain all
the sheet's data and remain synchronized to it. The scenario would just be a
set of cells changing in a whole sheet in which all cells remain available
when calling the scenario name.
But i surrenderred, i will do 3 sheets at the moment :)
Thank you everyone for digging into my problem.
Le 15/03/2012 21:25, Andreas Säger a écrit :
Scenarios have a property "Copy Back". If this option is unset, you can still
edit the scenario but when you switch to another one this one will be preserved.
So this type of "Don't Copy Back" scenario works like a template. You can edit
the template, then create a new one from the edited range and preserve the
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