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(so this just looks up the Letter part that is unique to the chosen date and then the number of the column the offset is for).
="'Stat Table'!" & SUBSTITUTE(TEXT(ADDRESS(1,MATCH($Q$1,$4:$4,0),4),""),"1","") & ROW(D6)
But I get an error message of #VALUE! , any ideas? The offset value works if I just point it directly at the cell like this: =OFFSET(H3,0,0,,'Stat Table'!$Q$2) for example
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