Named Range Query


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Hi all,

Stumbled across this issue when trying to help someone else on here,

Is it possible to name a range as a cell reference? My assumption is no this is not possible but worth an ask.

E.g. I want to name the range N2:N3 as "h1" but that refers to a cell so it renders impossible right? There isn't a way to bypass this with brackets or anything?



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Thanks for the link mole - will take a read.

Thanks Fluff - this idea of an underscore crossed my mind after posting this, so I have used it to reference the named range using INDIRECT with the preceeding underscore :)!

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