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Using a calculated number as part of a formula reference

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    Using a calculated number as part of a formula reference

    Hi

    Tried searching all around for this but hard to figure out exactly how to phrase what I'm looking to do.

    I want to concatenate some cell data and get Excel to recognize that as a formula. Let's say in cell A1 I have the letter "B" and in cell A2 I have the number "2". In cell A3 I want to concantenate A1&A2 to get the result "B2" and then have excel actually grab the data from B2. Make sense? so A3 would be "=B2"

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    Re: Using a calculated number as part of a formula reference

    Welcome to the forum.

    See Help for the INDIRECT function.
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