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Offset current cell

Morning experts.  Does anyone know how to reference the current cell minus 3 columns minus 1 row?
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NBVCCommented:
=OFFSET(X5,-1,-3) where formula is in X5.. the current row
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Jenedge73Author Commented:
yes, but I need to put it in the current formula so that I always reference the (-1,-3)
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NBVCCommented:
not sure what you mean... can you give example of "current formula" and what you need?
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Jenedge73Author Commented:
IFERROR(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&TEXT($D$21,"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$A$14"),H$3,INDEX(INDIRECT("'"&TEXT($D$21,"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$Q$14"),,MATCH($D22,INDIRECT("'"&TEXT($D$5,"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$Q$3"),0))),0)

This formula is in H22 and I want to always one row up and 3 rows left.  in this instance I would return D1
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Jenedge73Author Commented:
IFERROR(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&TEXT($D$21,"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$A$14"),H$3,INDEX(INDIRECT("'"&TEXT($D$21,"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$Q$14"),,MATCH($D22,INDIRECT("'"&TEXT($D$5,"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$Q$3"),0))),0)

This formula is in H22 and I want to always one row up and 3 rows left.  in this instance I would return D21
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NBVCCommented:
What do you mean by this instance would return D1?  Where?
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NBVCCommented:
Oh you changed it to D21....

Try:

=IFERROR(SUMIF(INDIRECT("'"&TEXT(OFFSET(H22,-1,-4),"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$A$14"),H$3,INDEX(INDIRECT("'"&TEXT(OFFSET(H22,-1,-4),"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$Q$14"),,MATCH($D22,INDIRECT("'"&TEXT($D$5,"dd-mmm-yyyy")&"'!$A$3:$Q$3"),0))),0)

You may have to change the D22 and/or D5 similarly if necessary

also note D21 is 4 columns over....
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Jenedge73Author Commented:
that's exactly it.
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Jenedge73Author Commented:
great
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