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MOB

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Hi

I have a formula in cell A1 "=F18" which I want to drag across to cell B1 and I want the formula to be "=F19"

Is this possible? I just get "=G18" of course.............

Thanks
 

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Richard Schollar

MrExcel MVP
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Apr 19, 2005
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Hi

Bit convoluted, but maybe:

Code:
=INDIRECT("F"&17+COLUMN())

or:

Code:
=OFFSET($F17,COLUMN(),)

Richard
 

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