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How to Use Google Sheets to Reference Data From Another Sheet

Easily import data from other tabs and spreadsheets

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  • Place the cursor in the cell where you want to place the data.
  • Extract data from another sheet: Type = and select the cell in the source sheet to bring this data to the original sheet.
  • Extract from another file: Type =IMPORTRANGE(“URL”,,”Page1!C2″), to move out URLs link to another file followed by a cell reference.

This article explains how to reference data from another sheet in Google Sheets.

How to extract cell data from another sheet

The most common reason people want to pull data from another sheet in Google Sheets is because those other tables are lookup tables.

For example, one page might contain all the products you sell, along with their UPC codes and unit prices, while another page might contain a log of your sales. To calculate total sales, you need to get pricing data from the product page. Here’s how:

On the original sheet where you want to extract the data, place your cursor in the cell where you want to insert the data.

Medicine = (equals sign) to the cell. Select the second sheet, then the cell containing the data you want to bring to the original sheet.

Select the page where the data comes from

To print Entrance to end. This will bring the cell data you selected into the first worksheet.

Data transferred to the original page

In this case, the final formula =Page2!C2. ‘Page2’ is the name of the page the data comes from. This method is ideal for creating a unique reference to data from individual cells in a different worksheet.

Extract cell data from another spreadsheet file

Also, to data in another spreadsheet file IMPORTS formula.

Before using the IMPORTRANGE formula, you will need the URL link to the Google Sheets file whose data you want to reference. Highlight the URL link and copy it to the end of the long code before the last slash (/) in the URL.

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On the original sheet from which you want to extract data, place the cursor in the target cell and type:

=IMPORTRANGE(“URL”

be sure to change URLs in this formula with the URL you want to reference.

Entering spreadsheet_url in the IMPORTRANGE function

Place quotation marks after the URL (,), then enter the name of the sheet and cell from which you want to import data.

In this example, you would enter:

=IMPORTRANGE(“URL”,,”Page1!C2″).

Again, URLs will be the full URL. We keep it short as an example.

Entering cell data into the IMPORTRANGE function

To print Entrance. Other spreadsheets You will see data from the spreadsheet file being pulled into this spreadsheet.

Data exported to a Google Sheets spreadsheet


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How to Use Google Sheets to Reference Data From Another Sheet

Easily import data from other tabs and spreadsheets

What to Know
Place the cursor in the cell where you want the data to go.
Pull data from another sheet: Type = and select the cell in the source sheet to bring that data into the original sheet.
Pull from a different file: Type =IMPORTRANGE(“URL”,”Sheet1!C2″), replace URL with the link to the other file, followed by the cell reference.

This article discusses how to reference data from another sheet in Google Sheets.

How to Pull Cell Data From Another Sheet

The most common reason people want to pull data from another sheet in Google Sheets is when those other tables are lookup tables.

For example, one sheet might hold all the products you sell along with their UPC codes and unit prices, while another sheet might contain a log of your sales. To calculate the total sale, you’ll need to pull pricing data from the product sheet. Here’s how:

In the original sheet where you want to pull data into, place your cursor in the cell where you’d like the data to go.

Type = (the equal sign) into the cell. Select the second sheet and, then, the cell that contains the data you want to bring into the original sheet.

Press Enter finish. This will bring the cell data you selected into the first spreadsheet.

The final formula in this case is =Sheet2!C2. ‘Sheet2’ is the name of the sheet where the data comes from. This method is good for referencing individual cell data from a different spreadsheet into an original one.
Pull Cell Data From a Different Spreadsheet File

You also can reference data from a different spreadsheet file with the IMPORTRANGE formula.

Before you can use the IMPORTRANGE formula, you’ll need the URL link to the Google Sheets file where you want to reference data. Highlight and copy the URL link to the end of the long code before the last forward slash (/) in the URL.

In the original sheet where you want to pull data to, place the cursor in the destination cell and type:

=IMPORTRANGE(“URL”

Be sure to replace URL in this formula with the URL you want to reference.

Follow the quotes after the URL with a comma (,), then type the name of the sheet and the cell you want to get data from.

In this example you’d enter:

=IMPORTRANGE(“URL”,”Sheet1!C2″).

Again, URL would be a full URL. We’re just keeping it short for example purposes.

Press Enter. You’ll see that the data from the other Sheets spreadsheet file is pulled into this spreadsheet.

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How to Use Google Sheets to Reference Data From Another Sheet

Easily import data from other tabs and spreadsheets

What to Know
Place the cursor in the cell where you want the data to go.
Pull data from another sheet: Type = and select the cell in the source sheet to bring that data into the original sheet.
Pull from a different file: Type =IMPORTRANGE(“URL”,”Sheet1!C2″), replace URL with the link to the other file, followed by the cell reference.

This article discusses how to reference data from another sheet in Google Sheets.

How to Pull Cell Data From Another Sheet

The most common reason people want to pull data from another sheet in Google Sheets is when those other tables are lookup tables.

For example, one sheet might hold all the products you sell along with their UPC codes and unit prices, while another sheet might contain a log of your sales. To calculate the total sale, you’ll need to pull pricing data from the product sheet. Here’s how:

In the original sheet where you want to pull data into, place your cursor in the cell where you’d like the data to go.

Type = (the equal sign) into the cell. Select the second sheet and, then, the cell that contains the data you want to bring into the original sheet.

Press Enter finish. This will bring the cell data you selected into the first spreadsheet.

The final formula in this case is =Sheet2!C2. ‘Sheet2’ is the name of the sheet where the data comes from. This method is good for referencing individual cell data from a different spreadsheet into an original one.
Pull Cell Data From a Different Spreadsheet File

You also can reference data from a different spreadsheet file with the IMPORTRANGE formula.

Before you can use the IMPORTRANGE formula, you’ll need the URL link to the Google Sheets file where you want to reference data. Highlight and copy the URL link to the end of the long code before the last forward slash (/) in the URL.

In the original sheet where you want to pull data to, place the cursor in the destination cell and type:

=IMPORTRANGE(“URL”

Be sure to replace URL in this formula with the URL you want to reference.

Follow the quotes after the URL with a comma (,), then type the name of the sheet and the cell you want to get data from.

In this example you’d enter:

=IMPORTRANGE(“URL”,”Sheet1!C2″).

Again, URL would be a full URL. We’re just keeping it short for example purposes.

Press Enter. You’ll see that the data from the other Sheets spreadsheet file is pulled into this spreadsheet.

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