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Referencing Excell address with numbers

Posted on 2013-11-14
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Hi,

I ran into a small problem. This must be done via formulas as other options are limited.

How do I retrive the contents of the cells using the cell's row and column number only?

Eg;

I know the cell is in column 5, row 52. How can I write a formula to retrive the contents inside this cell? (E52)?

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Perhaps.

=OFFSET($A$1, 51,4)
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Thanks!
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