Dynamic Graphing with dynamic series

Enclosed you will find an Excel-workbook; in which I have deployed a lookup-functionality. (Pls see: B15:B18). By manipulating these variables the graph will show the corresponding values.

What I would like to ask for your help on is to make the 'series look-up range' dynamic. Like, if I choose a more current period, then, the graph will be printed to the far-right; and vice-versa. 'Problem' is that the graph picks up empty values; and hence I would like it to pick up values only for the active date-range period. Not a static range; but a dynamic one that is controlled by the date-range I have chosen.

Thank you.
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
You can use the OFFSET function as a formula within a Named Range "Refers to" parameter to make the named range dynamic.

You then refer to the named range in the graph series.

Rob H
UtredningAuthor Commented:
Hi - Rob H
Could you please make the nesseary amendments in the formulas to make it work and post the solution? (My formula-competence limited hence I ask for this favour). Thanks, Vetle
Hi Vetle, here is an update of your sheet, using same basis as Rob Henson

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