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find the name of the cell (not the value) in another column based on the location of a value in the first column

Posted on 2014-08-21
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Last Modified: 2014-09-05
Column A has the word "started" and "ended" located in some cell between A5 and A184. Once I have located the word "started" and "ended"  in column A (right now I am using the match function and have the location), I want to sum the values in column K that correspond to started and ended in column A.
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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pls try



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by:Connie Campbell-Pearson
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This was great to have. I had to tweak it for some other purposes, but it really gave me the right direction. Thank you

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