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Replicating your steps, I get a copy of Sheet2 at position #1 and any
relative reference to the previous sheet needs to raise a #REF! error
because you told me to reference a cell on the previous sheet. The error is
perfectly clear, wanted and informative. There is nothing wrong with errors.
Errors are not a slap in your face. They are not errors because you are
stupid. I can not see any error in the application. Everything works as
expected. If you reference something something irreferenciable you get a
#REF! error.

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