Formula returns cell possition and not value?

Bonkers Bill

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Hi, i have made a formula to return a cell reference, but i can only get it to return the written possition and not the actual cell reference that can be used in a formula.

=INDEX(A67:AB67,MATCH(COUNT(A45:AB45)*2+3,A68:AB68,0))&44
This returns Q44 in the cell the formula is in and not the value of Q44,
Either the formula does not work in this way or it is where i put "these" in the formula, which i have failed to make work. Any ideas appreciated, cheers.
 

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VoG

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Possibly

=INDIRECT(INDEX(A67:AB67,MATCH(COUNT(A45:AB45)*2+3,A68:AB68,0))&44)
 

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