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    I have a column of cells which are range names. I am trying to run an intersect routine. I want the Intersect formula to "read" the contents of the range name cells, to populate the formula. Any ideas?

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    =INDIRECT(A1) where A1 contains a text representation of a defined range name. BTW the formula, =INDIRECT("range1") INDIRECT("range2"), will return the intersection value(s) of defined names 'range1' and 'range2'.

    [ This Message was edited by: Mark W. on 2002-02-21 12:46 ]

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    WOOHOO! Thanks. Works great.

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