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Why is formula in cell CL17 not reacting properly?

Posted on 2014-07-25
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I re-created this formula sa discussed in my last string perfictaly in cells CL10:CQ16 without any problem.
However, it is not working properly in cell CL17.
I think I changed all the important variables, but still not working.


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=IFERROR(ADDRESS(17,6+SMALL(IF($G$17:$M$17<>"",COLUMN($G$17:$M$17)-COLUMN($G$17)+1),ROW()-15)),"")
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Try:

=IFERROR(ADDRESS(17,6+SMALL(IF($G$17:$M$17<>"",COLUMN($G$17:$M$17)-COLUMN($G$17)+1),ROW()-16)),"")

the last -15 should be -16
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Thanks again.

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