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I may be misunderstanding, it is not an Excel (or spreadsheet)?
I wonder if this question is mis-categorized, what application are you using - or program?
I must apologize again, this seems above my knowledge in Excel.
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Hi, without pointing to umpteen files, WHAT PRECISELY is the requirement?
I should be able to get just about anything to work in Excel--unless it simply isn't supported!
You copied the formulas as string values, which will end up with a ' in front for a variety of reasons.
You can just substitute those '= for =, can't you?
Well, you reported the symptoms imprecisely, then. If '= were in the file, it would have been replaced. That ain't rocket science.
Why don't you just export the file as CSV and import it into the second file? There's no need to fuss with textual substitutions of things.