Indirect problems !

FilippoCuneo

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Hi ! I'm Filips and i speak english like my dog !
I've many problems with indirect command and SimSheet Simulations tool !

SSOutputStream("NPV";Indicatori!F57;INDIRECT("R"&Simulazione!L13*(Simulazione!N17-1)+7&"C"&Simulazione!L14+9;FALSE))

This is the command line that destroy my balls!

SSOutputStrem works like this example :
SSOutputstream(LABEL;Recorded Cell;Output Cell)


ok.. when i wrote the command and i want to use the same sheet,all works perfectly !

Unluckily i must record 1kk numbers and i must record outputs on another sheet because my pc/mac crashes !
I've tried with this [Output.xlsx]Dati!
So I used this command but doesn't work !

=SSOutputStream("NPV";Indicatori!F57;INDIRECT('[Output.xlsx]Dati'!"R"&Simulazione!L13*(Simulazione!N17-1)+7&"C"&Simulazione!L14+9;FALSE))

I hope that u can help me because i'm very nervous and i drop my pc out of windows if the program doesn't work !
Thanks a lot !
Bye
PIPPO !
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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Welcome to the Board.

You seem to be trying to mix A1 and R1C1 references. What would your second formula look like if you couldn't use INDIRECT? Maybe try:

=SSOutputStream("NPV";Indicatori!F57;INDEX([Output.xlsx]Dat1!$1:$65536;Simulazione!L13*(Simulazione!N17-1)+7;Simulazione!L14+9))
 

FilippoCuneo

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Welcome to the Board.

You seem to be trying to mix A1 and R1C1 references. What would your second formula look like if you couldn't use INDIRECT? Maybe try:

=SSOutputStream("NPV";Indicatori!F57;INDEX([Output.xlsx]Dat1!$1:$65536;Simulazione!L13*(Simulazione!N17-1)+7;Simulazione!L14+9))

what means "[Output.xlsx]Dat1!$1:$65536" ? why do u wrote 1:65536 ?
thanks a lot !
 

Andrew Poulsom

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That's all the cells (rows) on the worksheet (prior to Excel 2007). You can limit the range if you know it's size.
 

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