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Issue #1: Copying Charts without bringin source sheet reference

Issue #1: Copying Charts without bringin source sheet reference

Issue #1: Copying Charts without bringin source sheet reference

The first issue I have is that when I copy an entire worksheet which includes multiple charts, all of the charts keep the reference to the origin sheet in their data definitions. This makes me blue because I just want to be able to paste new data into the new sheets and be done! But instead I must go through and tweak all of the various data sources for all of the charts and in this situation that is a time consuming proposition. I could swear that I have been able to do this before without even trying but cannot figure out how to do it now. Is there a certain way to do the copying that will achieve this?

RE: Issue #1: Copying Charts without bringin source sheet reference


Why don't you do the reassignment of chart source data programmatically?


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