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##### Browsing All Comments By: Sajid Ahmed
1. Hello,

If you want the destination cell in Google Sheets to automatically update when the source cell’s value changes, you typically don’t use the Paste Special feature. Instead, you should use formulas or direct references to link the two cells. The Paste Special feature is typically used for one-time copying and pasting of values or formats, but it doesn’t establish a live link between the cells.

For example, if the source cell is in Sheet1 and the value is in cell A1, you can use the following formula in the destination cell:
=Sheet1!A1

Whenever the value in A1 on Sheet1 changes, the value in the destination cell will automatically update.

Regards
Sajid Ahmed
OfficeWheel

2. Hello,
You can use this formula instead which returns SH in cells O3:O2517 if any dates from cells A3:A2517 fall between dates in cells Z4:AA7. Don’t forget to check if all the dates are in Date format.

=ARRAYFORMULA(IF(LEN(A3:A2517),IF((A3:A2517 >= Z4) * (A3:A2517 <= AA4) +(A3:A2517 >= Z5) * (A3:A2517 <= AA5) +(A3:A2517 >= Z6) * (A3:A2517 <= AA6) +(A3:A2517 >= Z7) *(A3:A2517 <= AA7) > 0, “SH”, “” ), “”))

Regards
Sajid Ahmed
OfficeWheel