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    I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    Hi,
    Let me explain my issue

    Let, I have data in column F from Cell E4 to E18. Now I have to find five different values using formulas: Sum, Plus Count, Negative Count, Highest and Lowest (as you can see from the Attached Excel File)
    I have found all these values for the Range of E4 to E10 (E4:E10)

    My Requirement:
    I want to link Ranges of these 5 formulas with cells B4 and C4 (Cell B4 and C4 make basically a series staring and ending values)

    Now whenever I have to find these five values for a specific range, I would only put required series starting and ending values in cells B4 and C4 respectively)

    (Excel file is attached for further clarification)

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    Hi,
    You may apply like:

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    Good Luck !!!
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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    Quote Originally Posted by John521520 View Post
    My Requirement:
    I want to link Ranges of these 5 formulas with cells B4 and C4 (Cell B4 and C4 make basically a series staring and ending values)

    Now whenever I have to find these five values for a specific range, I would only put required series starting and ending values in cells B4 and C4 respectively)
    Try
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    Or just
    1)Select G4:L4
    2) Ctrl + H (find + Replace) replace E4:E10 with OFFSET(INDIRECT("e"&$B$4&":e"&$C$4),,,$C$4-$B$4+1)
    Then the formula should work as you change any one of B4:C4.
    Last edited by jindon; 01-10-2022 at 06:03 AM.

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    Hi,

    My issue remans unsolved. I tried your code but it does not work.

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    I tried your code but it does not work.

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    @John521520

    Please make it clear to whom you are responding in each case, as I have done in this post. Thanks.

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    Quote Originally Posted by John521520 View Post
    I tried your code but it does not work.
    That's a WORST response.

    How is it not working?

    see attached.
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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    Thanks a lot, it worked

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

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    Re: I Want to Link a Variable Range with Multiple Formulas

    Thanks Ali,
    Hi John521520, please try below (previous I made mistake):

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