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如何在Excel中使用/引用先前工作表中的值?

在Excel中創建副本時,如何引用上一個工作表中的特定單元格值? 例如,當創建Sheet2的副本時,您可能希望自動將Sheet1的單元格A2引用到新復制的工作表中(例如Sheet3)。 如何實現呢? 本文將為您提供幫助。

具有用戶定義功能的先前工作表中的使用/參考值
在Kutools for Excel中使用/參考先前工作表中的值


具有用戶定義功能的先前工作表中的使用/參考值

老實說,在創建工作表副本時,沒有方法可以自動引用某些單元格值。 實際上,您可以創建一個新工作表,然後使用以下用戶定義的函數引用上一個工作表中的單元格值。

1.創建一個新的空白工作表(如Sheet3)後,請按 其他 + F11 鍵同時打開 Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications 窗口。

2。 在裡面 Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications 窗口中,單擊 插入 > 模塊。 然後將以下VBA代碼複製並粘貼到“代碼”窗口中。

VBA:Excel中以前工作表中的使用/引用值

Function PrevSheet(RCell As Range)
    Dim xIndex As Long
    Application.Volatile
    xIndex = RCell.Worksheet.Index
    If xIndex > 1 Then _
        PrevSheet = Worksheets(xIndex - 1).Range(RCell.Address)
End Function

3。 按 其他 + Q 同時關閉按鍵 Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications 窗口。

4.選擇Sheet3的空白單元格(例如A1),輸入公式 = PrevSheet(A1)配方欄 然後按下 Enter 鍵。

現在,您將在當前工作表中獲得上一個工作表(Sheet1)的A2單元格值。

備註:代碼將自動識別屬於當前工作表的上一個工作表。


在Kutools for Excel中使用/參考先前工作表中的值

隨著 動態參考工作表 的效用 Excel的Kutools,您可以輕鬆地使用或引用Excel中以前工作表中的值。

申請前 Excel的Kutools首先下載並安裝.

1.如果要引用以前工作表中單元格A1的值到當前工作表,請在當前工作表中選擇單元格A1,然後單擊 庫工具 > 更多 > 動態參考工作表。 看截圖:

2。 在裡面 填寫工作表參考 對話框中,僅檢查以前的工作表名稱 工作表清單 框,然後單擊 填充範圍 按鈕。

然後,您可以看到當前工作表中引用的上一個工作表中單元格A1的值。

備註:使用此實用程序,您可以一次將不同工作表中的相同單元格值引用到當前工作表中。

  如果您想免費試用(30天)此實用程序, 請點擊下載,然後按照上述步驟進行操作。


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Hi, Your code works perfectly! The intent for me is to fill a column on one of the worksheets which would update a linear graph. My question is, how do I add the new number entered on a new worksheet, while still maintaining the numbers the same of the previous sheets. For example, I entered PrevSheet(A1) on Sheet 2, which takes the number for A1 cell from Sheet 1. So I went to cell A2 of Sheet 2, and entered PrevSheet(A1) again. The intent is if I copy and paste a new sheet (Let's call it Sheet N), and I update cell A1 in Sheet N with a different value, Sheet 2 will have the value from Sheet 1 in cell A1, and the Value from Sheet N in cell A1 in cell A2. But what happens is that is updates both cell A1 and A2 in Sheet 2 to the same values as in Sheet N. This makes sense because it's taking the values from the previous sheet. Hope I didn't confuse you. Thanks!
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Hey.

I'm using Greek Office 365 with all updates installed, and I can't get this to work.

It returns name error at the cell I input =PrevSheet(A1).

Both sheets have the vba code and the file is saved as .xlsb

Any clues?
Thanks in advance :)
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Hi Sotos,
You need to put the VBA in the Module (code) window (press the Alt + F11 keys to open the Visual Editor, click Insert > Module to add a new Module editor, and the enter the code). Then apply the formula.
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THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH! VERY HELPFUL!
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Excellent!!! VBA code thanks a lot
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Excellent I have used previous sheet function, but, if i do any additions of rows or columns in previous sheet, the values are getting change I want constant result. for example if i select =prevsheet(A6) where the value is there, but in the previous sheet if I add one row the value will go to A7, but in current sheet it is taking the value of A6 only, can u help me
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I tried the code but it returns formulas not allowed. The cell of the previous worksheet is a result of a formula., how do you bypass the formula and return the result? The previous sheet cell returns the formula of =SUM(L38:L39)-L40
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Hi RudyT,I tested it in the circumstance you mentioned, but I have no problem here. Which Excel version are you using?
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Wow, that was 3 months ago, but surely appreciate the reply...

I don't know how to check Excel 365... The problem is I have a a value that I want to pass to new sheet, that must read, get value of previous sheet without naming it. Just get the previous sheet value. Your code passes the code of the previous sheet, and not the value. Because the value of the cell is a formula that gathers the totals from 2 other cells.
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I followed steps 1-4, but I keep getting a #NAME error. Excel 2016. Please advise?
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Hi Anon,
The code works well in my Excel 2016. Did you find specific error reminded in your code window when getting the #NAME error result?
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I followed steps 1-4 but I keep returning a #NAME? error - Please advise?
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Hi Andrew,
Which Office version do you use?
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What about use value from Next Sheet?
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Hi Alex,
To get the value from next Sheet, please replace the minus sign with plus sign in the sixh line of the code:
PrevSheet = Worksheets(xIndex + 1).Range(RCell.Address)
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Hi Crystal, I tried replacing the minus sign with a plus sign but it didn't work - the relevant cell just returned a zero. I'm just wanting the change(s) required to do exactly as above BUT with the workbook numbering going from right to left, ie. Sheet3, Sheet 2, Sheet1 (the previous sheet will be the one to the right). Thanks
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Hi Mav,
The method works based on the worksheets' order in your workbook. ie. The worksheets order from left to right are Sheet3, Sheet2 and Sheet1. For Sheet2, it's previous worksheet is Sheet3, and it's next worksheet is Sheet1.
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Hi Crystal,
Yes I know. My query (like Alex's) is what change is required to make it work the other way, ie, for the next sheet, where the next sheet is to the left of the preceding sheet? You wrote to Alex,
"please replace the minus sign with plus sign in the sixh line of the code:
PrevSheet = Worksheets(xIndex + 1).Range(RCell.Address)".
My comment was just to say that that particular change did not work and to ask if you have a way that will actually work.
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I've been looking for something to do this forever, thank you so much you have no idea. I have a simple spreadsheet for data entry weekly and a new tab for each week. the days, date, week #, etc goes +1 and then it grabs from previous sheet and moves to new one, this created a fast solution to data transfering to different sheets--- Again thank you
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Good Day,
Sorry I can’t help with this, you can post your question in our forum: https://www.extendoffice.com/forum.html to get more Excel supports from our professional.
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