correct formula for dynamic range EXCEL

Posted on 2011-09-12
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
what is the correct formula to have the non-empty fields of the yellow marked fields defined as dynamic range STOP1?
Question by:stmoritz
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Rob Henson earned 100 total points
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Amost there with your formula in C9:



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by:Rob Henson
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BTW it may not work on the worksheet and needs to be entered in the Refers To box for the named range.

Rob H

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thanks a lot, works perfect!

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