Relative references in a cell formula

MarinM

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Hi, is it possible to write a formula in a one cell that is referencing cells relatively. E.g. I want to write a formula AVERAGE(A5;A11;A16;A21). Is it possible to write it like AVERAGE(A5;something with an increment+4 etc.)? Any help is appreciated
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Marin
 

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Take a look at OFFSET in help, it sounds as though it will do what you want.
 
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