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This is something LO does differently from Excel. When you copy a sheet
in Excel that references another sheet, the source sheet used for
calculations (like Sheet2!A3) remains the same. However, in LO, the
sheet reference is converted in a way similar to copying a formula on a
sheet: a reference to A1:C1 becomes A2:C2 if copied in the next row
below. In your case, what seems to be happening is when you copy
"GENNAIO" to "FEBBRAIO", LO keeps the reference to the relative sheet
in the workbook as opposed to the absolute sheet, and then references
to SIGLE.something change. To fix this, you need to prefix page
references with the "$" sign, like for cell references. So SIGLE.A4
becomes $SIGLE.a4.
I hope this helps.Rémy.
Le mercredi 21 octobre 2020 à 08:58 -0700, Giuseppe68 a écrit :
Hi, I have created the attached files to manage staff attendance.
Each filewith the name of the office must have 12 sheets with the
name of the monthin UPPER CASE. When I copy JANUARY and save it with
the name FEBRUARY, inthe conditional formatting, in the range E6:
AI30 it should leave thecomparison reference with the SIGLE sheet
(ex. $ SIGLE. $ A $ 1 etc.)instead I find the name of the sheet just
copied (eg. FEBRUARY). The resultis that I would have to copy the
format by hand but I tried to automateeverything. For the other
ranges in the list it works. I think it's a bugwith the program.

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