Use of Indirect in Excell

For the following function
IF(Sheet1!M6>0,Sheet1!M6," ")

Can you please tell me what the exact format would be for the use of Indirect to replace 6 in the expression above with a value that is in cell U5.

Thanks
DavidMyersAsked:
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calacucciaCommented:
Hi DavidMyers,

Use this

If(Indirect("Sheet1!M"&U5)>0;Indirect("Sheet1!M"&U5);" ")


Value must be in cell "U5"

Hope this is it,

Gert
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calacucciaCommented:
Didn't see your other question directly connected to this one and the answer given by cri.

It wasn't necessary to ask a new question, you should just have added a comment to the first question you asked, and I'm sure cri would have given you the satisfactory answer.

In fact the answer I gave is exactly the same as cri's, I just introduced the right characters on the right place responding to your new question.

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calacucciaCommented:
If this answers your needs, two options:

    1. Give cri the points and ask EE to delete this question
    2. Give us both the points if you feel we both helped

If you're still not 100% satisfied, add your additional questions as a comment in one of both questions and ask to delete the other one.

Bye, Geert
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