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Having sheets named Sheet1, Sheet2, Sheet3 etc. any reference from
Sheet2 to Sheet1 or from Sheet3 to Sheet2 refers to the _previous_
sheet. When you copy this reference to the first sheet, then there is no
previous sheet which is why you get #REF!.X1
Any absolute reference to $Sheet1 refers to the first sheet. Since there
is always a first sheet, this reference can be copied anywhere. When you
copy an absolute reference to $Sheet3 (3rd sheet) into a document with
only 1 or 2 sheets you get #REF!.X1 because there is no third sheet.

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