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    GoTo (Excel 2003)

    I want to have "GoTo" links on one worksheet that will take me to linked cells in another worksheet.
    Can some kind person please tell me how this is done?
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    Tigers

    I've managed to work it out now, but thanks to anyone who read my post.
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    Re: GoTo (Excel 2003)

    Pardon my ignorance, but what are GoTo Links?

    Is this just another way of refering to a Hyperlink?
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    Re: GoTo (Excel 2003)

    Hi Rudi,
    "GoTo", I now realise, is the same as a Hyperlink. I always believed that Hyperlinks referred to web pages/sites, I did not realise that they could be used in spreadsheets. "GoTo" is just a method of moving around the spreadsheet, something that I seem to remember from using Quattro some years ago.

    Terminology has a lot to answer for, particularly where there is a cross over of applications.

    Thanks for your interest.

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    Re: GoTo (Excel 2003)

    Tx for your reply.

    Hyperlinks are extremely under-estimated now days! They can go to MUCH more than just web pages....you can set them up to go to other sheets in the same workbook, other excel workbooks, other files of any type, and they can link to a new blank email addressed to the recipient of the hyperlink and you can even use a hyperlink to create a brand new document or workbook!

    I have seen many persons trying to create a complex macro to do this where they only needed to insert a hyperlink to do the job!

    3 cheers for HYPERLINKS!!!
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