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    Red face cell reference

    I have a very simple question, and I hop the solution will be simple as well.
    if I have cell reference like ='1'!A5 how can I do simple ='1'!A10 and ='1'!A15...
    and little bit complicated ='1'!A5 and ='2'!B10 and ='3'!C15.....
    thanks for help in advance.

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    Re: cell reference

    I believe you can use INDIRECT function here.

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    Re: cell reference

    Thanks for quickly help, but can you give me the exact formel INDRICET for this case?

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    Re: cell reference

    Try this link

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    Re: cell reference

    Hi and welcome to the forum

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    Re: cell reference

    Thanks, Thanks ( everything is easy if you know how.... )

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