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Is it possible to create two different files where in the first I put the data and in the second the references query?

I used IMPORTRANGE but this method gives me "=CONTINUE(A1; 2; 1)"... I want to separate many sheets, to lighten the file, but also keep the references between them. In this file I have foglio1 with the data while sum query is in the foglio2 but I want to have this query in another (different) file.

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"doesn't work" is not very descriptive. In what way doesn't it work? –  Al E. May 3 '13 at 13:39
    
sorry i wansn't too clear ..for example in this case i want to sum a1 and b1 but i whant to put the query in another file .. is it possible? –  jack1986 May 3 '13 at 14:01
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@jack1986 I have deleted your previous question. In future please edit your original question instead of re-posting. I suggest you take some time to read the FAQ. –  Barry May 3 '13 at 14:17
    
@jack1986: Please edit your question to clarify. Comments are impermanent. –  Al E. May 3 '13 at 17:44
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Yes, it is possible with a construct like so:

=IMPORTRANGE("key";"Foglio1!A2:B2")  

and, in New Google sheets, allow permission for the linking. key above is the spreadsheet key (long upper/lower case alphanumeric between forward slashes visible in the URL for the source sheet). Though you can use the entire URL.

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