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In the original sheet you can use the INDEX function to extract a value from the filtered sheet: =INDEX(reference, row, column, range) So, to give an example: =INDEX(SORT!B:B, 200, 1) The INDEX function may not be part of the FILTER function, otherwise you get a circular reference error.
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