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How do I make my formula cells follow after a sort

Hi Experts,
I have a formula in a cell in a table but when I sort the formula is looking back at the previous cells still.
The cells d23 and m23 stay d and m even after the sort.
=DATEDIF($D$23,$M$23,"m")  it will stay in the correct column of course but will not follow the new row position.
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dynamic row not following formula
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chris pike

8/22/2022 - Mon
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