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To check the setting, click the Formulas tab on the Excel Ribbon, and click the Calculate Options drop down.

Or, go to the Excel Options window, and click Formulas.

References to the other workbook can be changed to use this "DDE" reference, rather than the "file:///" reference.

So, you can rewrite the vlookup as this =VLOOKUP($B; DDE("soffice";"/Users/tris/Documents/Cust_database.ods";"sheet1.

It also has another advantage: since you're referencing only 2 one-dimensional ranges, it calculates faster.

Nevertheless, you can still use Public Function XLOOKUP(By Ref row As Variant, By Ref column As Variant, By Ref table_array As Variant) As Variant XLOOKUP = CVErr(xl Err NA) Dim x Row As Long, x Col As Long With table_array For x Row = 1 To .

I understand the problem, but what is the best way to fix?

Posting as an answer will also make it easier for people with similar problems to recognize the question has been answered. If, for whatever reason, using the GETPIVOTDATA doesn't work for your needs - I've run into that problem a few times - then you can still use your INDEX / MATCH combo with a little modification but it will make it much longer.

In Excel, changing data in the database will cause the vlookup to update without user action (dynamic updating).

If you open such a formula into Calc, the formula looks like this: =VLOOKUP($B;'file:///Users/tris/Documents/Cust_database.ods'#$sheet1.$A

Posting as an answer will also make it easier for people with similar problems to recognize the question has been answered. If, for whatever reason, using the GETPIVOTDATA doesn't work for your needs - I've run into that problem a few times - then you can still use your INDEX / MATCH combo with a little modification but it will make it much longer.

In Excel, changing data in the database will cause the vlookup to update without user action (dynamic updating).

If you open such a formula into Calc, the formula looks like this: =VLOOKUP($B$16;'file:///Users/tris/Documents/Cust_database.ods'#$sheet1.$A$1:$IV$65536;4;0) but this does not update dynamically.

I can get it to automagically update the column letter in the formula only when referencing a regular table. In order to downfill, I had to adjust the formula from the actual customer name to a cell number that would reference the customer name; like so: ("Customer Name", "Acme") to ("Customer Name", L10).

If the VLOOKUP references data from a pivot table that I add a column to... Then, I was able to fill down and get a list of grand totals that will adjust automagically when I add/remove columns from the pivot table. @Callum DS33 Please post your solution as an answer rather than as a comment.

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Posting as an answer will also make it easier for people with similar problems to recognize the question has been answered. If, for whatever reason, using the GETPIVOTDATA doesn't work for your needs - I've run into that problem a few times - then you can still use your INDEX / MATCH combo with a little modification but it will make it much longer.In Excel, changing data in the database will cause the vlookup to update without user action (dynamic updating).If you open such a formula into Calc, the formula looks like this: =VLOOKUP($B$16;'file:///Users/tris/Documents/Cust_database.ods'#$sheet1.$A$1:$IV$65536;4;0) but this does not update dynamically.I can get it to automagically update the column letter in the formula only when referencing a regular table. In order to downfill, I had to adjust the formula from the actual customer name to a cell number that would reference the customer name; like so: ("Customer Name", "Acme") to ("Customer Name", L10).If the VLOOKUP references data from a pivot table that I add a column to... Then, I was able to fill down and get a list of grand totals that will adjust automagically when I add/remove columns from the pivot table. @Callum DS33 Please post your solution as an answer rather than as a comment.That setting affects all the other workbooks the you open during that session.

:$IV536;4;0) but this does not update dynamically.

I can get it to automagically update the column letter in the formula only when referencing a regular table. In order to downfill, I had to adjust the formula from the actual customer name to a cell number that would reference the customer name; like so: ("Customer Name", "Acme") to ("Customer Name", L10).

If the VLOOKUP references data from a pivot table that I add a column to... Then, I was able to fill down and get a list of grand totals that will adjust automagically when I add/remove columns from the pivot table. @Callum DS33 Please post your solution as an answer rather than as a comment.