Limit a sum within a named range

Stu Dapples

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If I have a range defined as he whole width of a sheet, is it possible, on another sheet, to use a formula to say I want the sum of all the cells in column E, within the defined range?

The range is set up to capture all the data input for a week (7 days) by the width of the sheet (about 45 columns), what I am trying to do is say that the sum total of the specified column within the named range....

Hope that maks sense!
 

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pgc01

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Hi

This formula sums column 3 in the named range MyRng:

=SUM(INDEX(MyRng,0,3))
 

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