Excel Table Syntax Single Cell

Attached is a workbook in which I'm trying to find the syntax for a single Cell.  If the Table Name for A1:D8 = MstrTable, then what is the Syntax for A2(D0100) to be placed into G5.  This syntax can then be used to copy down to the rest of the rows.

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Haris DulicIT ArchitectCommented:

not clear what you want to accomplish, can you input the values that need to be in the cell G5 and other so that formula can be made.
As far as I know, there is no function to do that. What you are trying to do is an Offset using a range name instead of a single cell, which does not work.

Instead, use a VLOOKUP.
Rory ArchibaldCommented:
You could use something like:


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Cook09Author Commented:
Excellent!! Exactly what I was looking for.  After searching all of the ways to reference a Table, none showed how to access a single cell within a Table.
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