05-13-2019 05:22 AM
05-13-2019 07:55 AM
I used a Name "CompanyData" which referred to
The Named cell "address" contained the names of Ranges I wished to return.
J'ai utilisé un nom "CompanyData" qui fait référence à
= INDIRECT (adresse)
"Adresse" de la cellule nommée contenait les noms des plages que je souhaitais retourner.
05-14-2019 03:18 PM - edited 05-14-2019 03:18 PM
Without knowing you intended use for the formula, I cannot be sure it is what you want. However, the name 'CompanyData' refers to
The cell 'address' uses validation to ensure the user picks one of a selection of ranges (that may be on different sheets).
05-14-2019 09:51 PM
I've found a solution with the offset function.
I've already thrown out the function that I've tried to do but do you know if it's possible to use the indirect function in the box below ?
DECALER = OFFSET
05-15-2019 02:44 AMSolution
I think OFFSET is more relevant to your task.
It should also be possible to use the non-volatile INDEX to create the dynamic ranges you require
= INDEX(Range, 1, column_number) : INDEX(Range, final_row, column_number)