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    How to link multiple sheets of an Excel file

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    I have made a a new file which is attached herewith.
    This file contains Data sheet and other sheet contains formats Sheet1,Sheet2,Sheet3,Sheet4,Sheet5.

    I have linked Sheet1 with 1st record(i.e first row) of "Data" Sheet.
    This Data sheet contains only 4 records so i may link all the sheets manually.What if Data sheet is having 20,30 or more records?

    Now i have 2 queries:
    1)Is there any way by which other sheets like Sheet2,Sheet3,Sheet4, can be linked to "Data" sheet with any formula in one go.
    2)Everytime i will have to change date format in Sheet1 manually.Is there any way by the exact date which i enetered in Data sheet comes in linked Sheets(i.e formats)

    Thank You
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