COUNT / INDIRECT / ADDRESS question

galadiman

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What have I done wrong here?

=COUNT(INDIRECT(L36):INDIRECT(M36))

L36 = $P$33
M36= $S$33

Both returned by the ADDRESS function.

Thanks for any help. :)
 

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Your formula works in Excel 2007 but try

=COUNT(INDIRECT(L36&":"&M36))
 

barry houdini

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Formula works for me,

What values are in P33:S33? What result do you expect? COUNT will only count numbers (formatted as numbers) within that range
 

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