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make list of Unique Distinct number in Array C2-G46

Last Modified: 2020-01-27
I am having trouble with a formula to return distinct numbers in a range of cells. In this case the range of cells is C2-G46 all of which only contain numbers 1-99.

Using the following array formula:

{=IFERROR(INDEX($C$2:$H$46, MATCH(0, COUNTIF($O$1:O1, $C$2:$G$46), 0)), "")}

returns blank. I have pressed CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER to get the curly brackets required in an array formula but not getting the results I want. Instead a get a blank.

I am interest in a list of unique numbers in sequence beginning in one cell and continuing left to right until all unique numbers are listed. The numbers can be from 1 -99 in case that is needed for a different solution.Unique-DistinctinArrayC2-G46.xlsm
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