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Microsoft® Excel® 2010: Data Analysis and Business Modeling by Wayne L. Winston

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Chapter 23. The INDIRECT Function

Questions answered in this chapter:

  • My worksheet formulas often contain references to cells, ranges, or both. Rather than change these references in my formulas, can I place the references in their own cells so that I can easily change my cell or range references without changing my underlying formulas?

  • Each worksheet in a workbook lists monthly sales of a product in cell D1. Is there an easy way to write and copy a formula that lists each month’s product sales in one worksheet?

  • Suppose I total the values in the range A5:A10 with the formula SUM(A5:A10). If I insert a blank row somewhere between rows 5 and 10, my formula updates automatically to SUM(A5:A11). How can I write a formula so that when I insert a blank ...

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