Hopefully this is sensible.
In Excel, I’ve a desk with 12 columns. Column A is a file quantity hyperlink that takes you on to the required job folder on our server. Once I insert new rows into this desk, irrespective of what number of rows I insert, the primary cell (column A) of every new row at all times auto-fills with the identical file quantity hyperlink for an outdated job. It isn’t random or something, it is at all times the identical one. I’ve by no means had any luck determining the place this auto-fill is coming from. Would any of you occur to know?
For reference, the auto-fill hyperlink is
=HYPERLINK("//Atlas/Initiatives/11205 MIR",11205). That job was accomplished and moved to a separate desk in a separate tab of the workbook in the midst of March 2018. Not one of the different columns of recent rows auto-fill its corresponding content material, simply column A.
I recognize any assist you would possibly have the ability to be.