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Getting a cell address with the INDIRECT function

Not sure if it's possible but how would I turn this into an INDIRECT formula, where the value in  [A5] is A6-EYK?

=ADDRESS(ROW('A6-EYK'!EndSeats)+59,COLUMN('A6-EYK'!X1))

Thanks,
John
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John Carney

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John Carney

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Thanks, Barry! I needed to add one parenthesis after EndSeats but it works perfectly.

=ADDRESS(ROW(INDIRECT("'"&A5&"'!EndSeats"))+59,COLUMN(INDIRECT("'"&A5&"'!X1")))

I'm going to post another question about how to get the X1 dynamically, so please check back. I'll post a comment here with the link to the new question.

Thanks,
John
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