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    I'm hoping someone can help.

    Is there a way with a function like IRR which only has one argument (e.g. IRR(argument,guess)) to put discontinous cells into that argument. Using a comma doesn't work as it assumes that is the next argument (for IRR the guess return rate).

    Example - I would like to find out the IRR for cells A1:A5,C5 (six total cashflows). How can I do this?

    Thanks in advance.

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    named ranges can include non adjacent cells or ranges of cells, so could you create a named range and do something like =IRR(yourrangename,) ?

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    Indeed that works but if I want to creat a whole column which has these functions. Is there an easy way to create a bunch of named ranges? Or is there just a function that will create a single range from a set of discontinuous cells?

    Thanks again.

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    Did anyone ever figure out an answer to this?

    I have been trying to figure out the same.

    I have a column that has inflows (A10:A20) and a separate column that has the outflow for the specific range so I need the IRR(A10:A20, B20, 5%(guess))

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