Defined Names formula use

Basketcase

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Okay I am working from a worksheet have created a list of defined names in the documentaiton worksheet - in the invoice worksheet typing in cell G11 =City_State_Zip the definded names gives location as =Invoice !$B$5:$C$5
when I hit enter I get a Value error what am I doing wrong?
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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Do you want to return what's in the first cell in that range?

=INDEX(City_State_Zip,1)
 

Basketcase

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Yes, it is suppose to take the information in those cells B5 & C5 and put them in G11.
 

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