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I am trying to monitor the status of a cell on another sheet and autopopulate a cell depending on that information. The formula works well until I give the spreadsheet to a 3rd party and the formula ranges change after they paste new data to the source sheet. I have tried locking and password the formula cells but they change range regardless!

Here is the formula from the first cell.

[Code] ......

It scans for a number in an adjacent cell. If the number is present on the sheet 'Test', it autopopulates the cell with a string from the source sheet. The cell remains blank until there is data present.

If I cut data from row 6 and paste it to row 17, the formula cahnges itself to:

[Code] ........

How I can lock down this formula so that the ranges remain the same i.e. $AT$6:$AT$26, despite changes on the source sheet? I have tried F4 to toggle relative and absolute references and this has made no difference.

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