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There are numbers which zapolnyaetsya in several Google spreadsheets, different people. You want to relate the data in one table. Tell me how to do it. Use the function importnrange. Writes a syntax error, what mistake can not understand. Here is the formula: =IMPORTRANGE("1nKJW4ggAeyg7aQLPmOHTN0W-LvGaZH_WlGZmocCbKrY","C3").

Can't figure out how to take the key of the table. What you write in the instructions and what I have to differ: Here's a link to the table: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1C6XPIRb1jr...

There are numbers which zapolnyaetsya in several Google spreadsheets, different people. You want to relate the data in one table. Tell me how to do it. Use the function importnrange. Writes a syntax error, what mistake can not understand. Here is the formula: =IMPORTRANGE("1nKJW4ggAeyg7aQLPmOHTN0W-LvGaZH_WlGZmocCbKrY","C3").

Can't figure out how to take the key of the table. What you write in the instructions and what I have to differ: Here's a link to the table: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1C6XPIRb1jr...

asked July 8th 19 at 16:15

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answered on July 8th 19 at 16:17

formula instead of a comma you need to use ;

I could bring data from a1:m1 and here's an example with A1:m12 does not work... Not the work, and the square) - kendra_Hau commented on July 8th 19 at 16:20

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