Try giving the cell range a name.
I'm totally sure about this, but naming the range will give Calc and
actual value to deal with as opposed to blank cells.
Hope this helps
On 6/23/2015 10:02 PM, John & Ruth Sparrow wrote:
I am linking data in one Master worksheet to another Slave worksheet
in the same workbook.
The Master worksheet has blanks in its data. These blanks will be
filled in at some future time - hence I need to be able to link those
blank cells to the Slave worksheet.
Libre Office Help says Copy the data, open the Paste Special dialog,
tick the "paste all" box, and the "Link" box, and click OK.
Doesn't work for me. What am I doing wrong?
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