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    I would like to use the offset function as follows

    Each Month a new column will be Inserted in Column V

    I need to sum data starting three columns to the right of column V and then two column to the right of that plus BC15 (this will also change each time a column is inserted in Col V

    I have used a sum formula before inserting a new column showing you what i am trying to achieve

    Your assistance will be most appreciated

    Howard
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    Use this formula instead of yours:

    =SUM(OFFSET(T15;0;4;1;3))+BC15

    It will ensure the sum keeps pointing to the same columns, regardless whether you insert columns.
    Jan Karel Pieterse
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