21:46 - Erik M. ...so that at least all references are in the same FILE, but not on the same sheet. Changing all that is way too time-consuming, so I just accept it's not possible. Or at least, I don't think it's possible.
21:40 - Erik M. To answer your questions, I tried to change the cell references. I like all my references in one sheet, and I don't want references in another file. So now I just copy the sheet I want + reference sheet to the file...
21:36 - Erik M. No, I have lots of different files with mass balances of different process configurations. Sometimes I need to combine sheets from different files, which at first I had problems with, but now not so much anymore.
21:27 - Erik M. Well, I work with Excel a lot as well for my job, so I've already learned a lot. But seeing as I'm a process engineer, I'm not sure whether you could help me. I mainly set up mass balances in Excel and do lots of calculations.
21:25 - Jaeryd17 What kind of formula changes are you trying to make? Changing the reference to a different file name, or just changing cell references?
21:13 - Zaphod Jooe, [link] You'll probably like this.
Canadian extreme metallers Kataklysm's latest album, entitled "Prevail", can be streamed in its entirety for one week exclusively at the band's MySpace page.
"Prevail" was mixed at AudioHammer Studios in Orlando (Florida) with producer Jason Suecof. The CD, which is scheduled for release via Nuclear Blast Records on May 23 in Europe (May 27 in North America), features guest solo appearances by Pat O'Brien (Cannibal Corpse), Dave Linsk (Overkill) and producer and guitar shredder Jason Suecof himself.
Looks like Kataklysm are a band which - instead of dwelling in constant mediocrity - needs to release two crappy albums in order to release two great albums again. Looking forward to this album and seeing them in summer again