Another Indirect.ext question

cav~firez22

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the formula im using is.

=INDIRECT.EXT("'[Weekly Collections Summary.xls]Collections'!$g$11")

I want to be able to just drag the cell to copy the formula, so the next one is H11, then I11, J11, K11, and so on.

is it possible?
 

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Oaktree

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  1. 365
Try:

=INDIRECT.EXT("'[Weekly Collections Summary.xls]Collections'!"&CELL("Address",G11))
 

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