I could not seem to find this anywhere, maybe I just missed it. Is there a way to get the name of the current sheet in a cell? In other words I would like use the name of the sheet so I can parse it for a vlookup.
Unfortunately, it's not possible at the moment, but it's an excellent idea!
Please submit an Enhancement Request when you have a moment
As possible workarounds,
Would any of those options work/help?
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i am also wandering to get sheet name for in my consolidate sheet based on vlookup formula.
for the time being i am linking cells of each individual project sheet parent rows to show the status.
please anser how to get or insert sheet name in the existing sheet cell?
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