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    Angry Vertical to Horizontal References

    I am repairing a time sheet and need to link from an input page to a summary page. My problem Is I have 7 different types of leave and on the Input page it contains the persons name in rows A and B and in row C is the different types of leave which run vertically down the worksheet, therefore every 8 cell in it restarts for the next person. In column AF is the totals I need to link to the summary page. But on the summary page where I need to link these totals it runs runs horizontally across where each type of leave has its own column from EZ to FF and each person has one row.

    For example Summary page EZ5 needs to input page =AF5 and FA5 needs to = AF6 and so on. When I get down to AF11 It returns back to EZ where the next person starts.

    I am also not able to change the layout of either the summary page or the input page.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    HI Beachieb,

    Welcome to the forum.

    Please upload a sample workbook.. thanks.

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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    Sample workbook .xlsx

    See the attached workbook with the associated worksheets

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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    Hi Beachieb,

    See the attached file where I have tried linking in yellow cells in "summary" tab.. if this is going fine I'll try to formulate that using defined names.. confirm back.. thanks,

    Sample workbook .xlsx

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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    Sample workbook .xlsx


    That is correct but I apologies I made a mistake with the original references in the summary. Rows 4 to 106 are blank as they are casuals and receive no leave. and the first reference in the Leave tab is AF4 not AF5.

    I have re highlighted where the links should start in the summary tab and linked them to AF4 and AF5.

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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    Hi Beachieb,

    Try using below formula:-

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    See attached:-

    I have typed number manually in leave week sheet in column AF for testing the formula, you can replace that with your formula.. thanks
    Sample workbook (1).xlsx

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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    Thank you very much that was exactly what I was looking for!

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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    You are welcome..

    suggest you to mark this thread as [SOLVED].. thanks.

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    Re: Vertical to Horizontal References

    @ beachieb

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