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    Dynamic Index Match formula using named ranges

    Hello All!

    I am trying to enhance my index match formula that I am currently using. I created a few "databases" of numbers, using named ranges created by a dynamic offset formula: (DB2018, DB2019). I have tried using an Indirect function but it doesn't seem to work since I'm not referencing a worksheet or cell. I would like this to work so that if my date in column A is 12/2018, the formula would know to use the range "DB2018".

    Is something like this possible?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Dynamic Index Match formula using named ranges

    Attach a sample workbook (not a picture or pasted copy). Make sure there is just enough data to demonstrate your need. Include a BEFORE sheet and an AFTER sheet in the workbook if needed to show the process you're trying to complete or automate. Make sure your desired results are shown, mock them up manually if necessary.

    Remember to desensitize the data.

    Click on GO ADVANCED and then scroll down to Manage Attachments to open the upload window.

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    Post Re: Dynamic Index Match formula using named ranges

    Attached is a file to help illustrate what I am trying to achieve

    Thanks!

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    Re: Dynamic Index Match formula using named ranges

    I deleted your named ranges and replaced them with:
    DB_2018 ='DB2018'!$B$11:INDEX('DB2018'!$1:$1048576,MATCH("ZZZZZ",'DB2018'!$B:$B),COUNTA('DB2018'!$9:$9)+1)
    DB_2019 ='DB2019'!$B$11:INDEX('DB2019'!$1:$1048576,MATCH("ZZZZZ",'DB2019'!$B:$B),COUNTA('DB2019'!$9:$9)+1)
    LineItems ='Output Sheet'!$H$55:$H$71

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    On OUPUT SHEET, H8:J19, L8:N19 entered:
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    However, your sheet design with all those skipped rows and columns make it very difficult to just drag/fill the formulas...
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