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Naming a dynamic range

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    Naming a dynamic range

    Hi,

    I have two spreadsheets that I need to define as named ranges.
    they are both dynamic (based on queries) and the first one is a single column (column A)

    the second worksheet has two columns A:B

    how can I name each oen dynamically?

    thanks in advance,
    Matt

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    You can name them with a combination of the offset function and other functions eg match, min, max etc

    Regards

    Dav

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    Quote Originally Posted by matpj
    Hi,

    I have two spreadsheets that I need to define as named ranges.
    they are both dynamic (based on queries) and the first one is a single column (column A)

    the second worksheet has two columns A:B

    how can I name each oen dynamically?

    thanks in advance,
    Matt
    Using a Worksheet_Calculate trigger, you could locate the last non-blank A cell with something like
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    and then extend the range of your (pre-existing) named range with soomething like
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    Does this help?
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