Excel Index/Match, Dynamic Column

In attached file, 'rec' tab, the sys1/sys2 lookup formulas are identical, except, they are hardcoded to column g/b respectively.

There has to be a way to locate these columns dynamically, right?
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barry houdiniCommented:
You can use another INDEX/MATCH like you used for the sum range but looking to match "This ID", i.e.

=SUMIFS(INDEX(INDIRECT(rec!D$1&"!$A:$EO"),0,MATCH(rec!D$2,INDIRECT(rec!D$1&"!$1:$1"),0)),INDEX(INDIRECT(rec!D$1&"!$A:$EO"),0,MATCH("This ID",INDIRECT(rec!D$1&"!$1:$1"),0)),rec!$A3)

Do the same for "that ID"

regards, barry

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newparadigmzAuthor Commented:
YUP, Thanks!
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