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Sum Variable individual Cells within a given column

Posted on 2010-11-17
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     I have a need to sum variable cells within a colimn the attached formula give me a ref error. I have varified that each of the cells have a valid entry for summation.

Range(Cells(SummaryR5, 2).Address & ":" & Cells(SummaryR5, 13).Address).Formula = _
        "=SUM(Indirect(Address(" & SummaryR + 2 & ",COLUMN())& "","" &Address(" & SummaryR2 & ",COLUMN())& "","" &Address(" & SummaryR4 & ",COLUMN())))"

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by:Patrick Matthews
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Please use a couple of sentences to describe what the formula is supposed to do.

A sample file illustrating the goal would be most helpful :)
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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Try:

Range(Cells(SummaryR5, 2), Cells(SummaryR5, 13)).FormulaR1C1 = _
        "=SUM(R" & SummaryR + 2 & "C,R" & SummaryR2 & "C,R" & SummaryR4 & "C)"
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by:bearblack
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Tried to make it to hard -- Thanks
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