Please check to see whether the problem can be fixed if you use "
Shift + Ctrl + F9 " to recalculate all formulas in the file2.
Good luck and regards from
In the uploaded Calc file 'Grade_CellBehavior.ods' the column AE and BH are
just simple cells with number values.
The Sheet '1.' in this file is a sheet from another, bigger Calc file (
called here 'file1' ) in which I have such sheets for every pupil.
I have also a Calc file 'file2' in which I have too such columns, as AE and
BH, but cells in these columns are not just cells with number values, but
links for 'file1'.
So, in the school I fill out the cells in the 'file1' file, come home, copy
the 'file1' into approppriate directory, open the 'file2' Calc file and get
the values into it from 'file1' automatically.
I hope this is cleare so far.
As one can see in 'Grade_CellBehavior.ods' when one change the value '3' in
AE6 to value '2' then the value in AD6 changes automatically to value "!?".
This shows me that that a teacher closed the grade for that Subject badly.
But this doesn't work in the 'file2', because eg. the value in AE6 is not
just a number, but a value that we get is a link from 'file1'.
I hope this is clear.
How can I solve this to works in the 'file2' too?
Best Regards from
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