a simple SUM()

Peter100

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I want to do a simple SUM(A1:A10)

but I want to make the A1 part of it variable by entering the value in say cell D1.

In other words the SUM would read
SUM("content of D1:A10)

Any ideas :cry:
 

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Try:

=SUM(INDIRECT(D1 & ":A10"))
 
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Peter100 said:
I want to do a simple SUM(A1:A10)

but I want to make the A1 part of it variable by entering the value in say cell D1.

In other words the SUM would read
SUM("content of D1:A10)

Any ideas :cry:

Do you mean?...

=SUM(INDEX(A:A,D1):A10)
 
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Hi:

Maybe a sample of your data and expected results might be helpful...

plettieri
 
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