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Increase Reference Rows by 7 as I Drag Down

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    Increase Reference Rows by 7 as I Drag Down

    I am trying to create a rolling 28 days summary of some data. So starting at Week4, I have the following formula:

    Week4 =median('sheet1'!V2:V29)
    Week5 =median('sheet1'!V9:V36)
    Week6 =median('sheet1'!V16:V43)

    As you can see, I want the row references to increase by 7 each time I drag down the formula...how can I do that? Do I need to switch to R1C1 referencing?

    Thanks,

    Adam

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    Re: Increase Reference Rows by 7 as I Drag Down

    TRY
    =MEDIAN(INDIRECT("Sheet1!V"&ROW(A1)*7-5&":V"&ROW(A5)*7-6))
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