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FORMULAS I WANT TO PUT A FORMULA TO COLUMS A5, A6, A7, .......... WHICH TAKES FROM A1, B1, C1 AND PULL IT DOWN TO CONTINUE

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  • HelenStylli Sep 12, 2008

    what i want is to put a formula verticaly but it will take from horizontal values.



  • HelenStylli Sep 15, 2008

    i have this value



    B1, B2, B3, B4



    I want the formula starting from A1 to take the values from B1. Then A2 from B2........................



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Put in B column number from 1 to 100, and then use following formula in A column:

=INDIRECT(ADDRESS(1,B5,3))

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  • Pav Z Sep 14, 2008

    Sorry for being not that detailed.

    Let's say you will have in B column numbers from 1 to 100. Then you can put to the A column following formula which will take values from horizontal cells.

    A5 formula will be =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(1,B5,3))
    A6 formula will be =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(1,B6,3))
    A7 formula will be =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(1,B7,3))

    The result will be that formula will be vertically but will take values from horizontally cells.



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