Can you offset a formula in a cell reference?

Dgenty

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Good Afternoon,

I am sure there must be a way to do this but I cant find the answer anywhere.

I am wanting to offset a formula in a cell

So for example if:

Sheet1!C5 ="Sheet2!C5"

I want a macro to make the Sheet2 reference move 5 columns along to Sheet2!H5 while keeping the original Sheet1 reference in the same place.

Can this be done?

Offset just seems to the selected cell where i want to move the formula in the cell 5 columns along.

Regards
 

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