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Excel Range selection

Posted on 2011-10-18
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have a formula: =SUM(B90:M90).... however what I would like to do is specify how many columns to move over starting at B90 in row B.  For example the range might be B90:D90 or B90:H90.

How can I "count" over a certain number of columns from a given starting column point in the range selection of the SUM function?

Thank you.
Question by:thandel
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by:barry houdini
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INDEX is often preferable to OFFSET (because it's not volatile) so with INDEX


regards, barry

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