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I'm trialing Sierra and pretty impressed with alot of things, but is there really not a way to link a quote spreadsheet to a chart? From the docs it looks like this is possible with the non-.NET version only, but that also removes a bunch of other spreadsheet functionality. Linking a sheet to a chart seems like a pretty basic function to be missing.
I am not entirely sure what you are looking for but you can certainly create a spreadsheet containing a number of symbols, and as far as I know you can open a chart ffrom the spreadsheet for any of the symbols as required. This is the documentation:
I'm just wanting to link the quote sheet to a group of charts so that when I put focus on the symbol row in the sheet the charts switch to showing that symbol. That documentation seems to say that is possible only using the non-.NET version.
I think that is correct. The .NET version of the spreadsheet will eventually go away if you read thru the forum. It is being replaced with the non-.Net version, and all new functionality is only going into the non.Net version. If you use the spread sheet, then you should be using or transitioning to the non.Net.