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  1. A beatifully neat solution, thank you!

    A beatifully neat solution, thank you!
  2. Offset funtion challenges for date selection

    Greetings and salutations. I have set up a spreadsheet which is used as an early-warning device for the executives of the business for which I work. I have copied and simplified one of the lines for...
  3. Oh dear. I'm still stuck! I successfully...

    Oh dear. I'm still stuck! I successfully changed to a:a, which worked to return the column numbers. See F5:H5 on the Sample worksheet on the attached file. But when I tried to introduce the same...
  4. Thanks Ian. It seems so obvious, once you...

    Thanks Ian. It seems so obvious, once you explained it. I'll forge ahead now. I assume that in both cases, the references are relative, not absolute. In other words, we always use 1:1 or a:a...
  5. Thread: grammar puzzle

    by justins
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    Not quite 5 in a row, but I like this one: East...

    Not quite 5 in a row, but I like this one:
    East Nhil: nil, Nhil: nil. (Nhil is a country town in Victoria, Australia).
  6. Hello there. I am trying to use arrays and some...

    Hello there. I am trying to use arrays and some of the more powerful functions in Excel to streamline the business in which I work. On the attached work book, there are 4 worksheets. Sheet...
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