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Referencing column headers as a list in another column

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Is there a formula I can use to reference many column headers in order to create them as a list on another sheet, making sure the list reflects any changes the headers might undergo?

I do not want to copy/paste special/transpose and just using the = sign to go and grab the cell reference itself is a bit tedious.  

Attached is a mock up that I hope will help illustrate the problem.  Please let me know if you have any questions!

Many thanks.
ColumnHeadings.xlsx
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barry houdini earned 2000 total points
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Assuming you know that headers will start at E5 then try this formula in B9 copied down as far as might be required

=INDEX($E$5:$IV$5,ROWS(B$9:B9))&""

regards, barry
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Works great, Barry.  Thanks very much!
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