Modification of VBA to use named range instead of offset

I had this question after viewing Modification of VBA to use scripting dictionary instead of Evaluate(Formula).

Rgonzo1971 was so kind helping me on the code below.  it currently uses offset function. it works if my data columns are static.

sometimes my data columns move around and for that i have dynamic row and dynamic columns named ranges.  is it possibe to modify the code so that instead of using offset. it uses the named ranges which is in the attached workbook.

Many thanks.

Sub macro1()
For Each c In Range(Sheets("Data").Range("a2"), Sheets("Data").Range("a" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
    If (c.Value = 2011 Or c.Value = 2012) And c.Offset(, 1).Value <> 111 And _
            (c.Offset(, 2).Value Like "[5-7]*") Then
        mySum = mySum + c.Offset(, 3).Value
    End If
Sheets("Main").Range("B2") = mySum
End Sub

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pls try
Sub macro3()
intYearCol = Range("dataYear").Column
intMonthCol = Range("dataMonth").Column
intProductCol = Range("dataPRODUCT").Column
intAmountCol = Range("dataAMOUNT").Column
Set ShD = Sheets("Data")
For Each C In Range(ShD.Range("a2"), ShD.Range("a" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp))
    If (ShD.Cells(C.Row, intYearCol).Value = 2011 Or ShD.Cells(C.Row, intYearCol).Value = 2012) _
            And ShD.Cells(C.Row, intMonthCol).Value <> 111 And _
            ShD.Cells(C.Row, intProductCol).Value Like "[5-7]*" Then
        mySum = mySum + ShD.Cells(C.Row, intAmountCol).Value
    End If
Sheets("Main").Range("B3") = mySum
End Sub

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FloraAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much. Thanks a million
FloraAuthor Commented:
i posted a follow up question. it seems like i have to create 16 macro to make it work, but there has to be an easy way.
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