Often you may have a data range that you add or remove rows, and you need to keep redefining the print area manually. In this tutorial we are going to discuss a process using the OFFSET function to automatically adjust your print area as you add or remove rows of data.
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In this tutorial we are going to use a named range that incorporates the OFFSET and COUNTA functions to create a dynamic range for our Data Validation drop down list in Excel.
In this tutorial we are going to look at how we can do a lookup in an array by looking up the values in the far right column and returning the result from a column to the left. We are going to use the OFFSET and MATCH functions to accomplish this.
In this tutorial we’ll take a look at the OFFSET function, specifically the difference between using a single cell vs a range of cells for the reference argument, and using it in conjunction with the SUM function.
In this tutorial we are going to look at two ways of creating a dynamic range of data. We are summing up sales data and want to automatically, or dynamically adjust the range to sum as we incorporate additional rows or columns. One way will be using Tables and the other the OFFSET function. Let’s […]
When using dynamic Data Validation, there are points when the item shown does not match the category listed> In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to write a formula to advise the user that another item needs to be chosen. We’ll use four functions to accomplish this: IF, OFFSET, MATCH and COUNTIF.