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Ah. I think I might have found a bug.

1. Put 'a' in A1 and 'z' in A2
2. Put 'a' in C1 and 1 in D1
3. Put 'z' in C1048576 and 26 in D1048576
4. Put formula in B1 =VLOOKUP(A1,INDIRECT("C1:D1048576"),2,0)
5. Copy formula into B2, which should give

Everything works fine, the first vlookup returns 1 and the second
returns 26... then...

6. Delete Row 3

The vlookup in B2 now returns blank! Can anyone else replicate this
behaviour and explain why?

7. Put 'z' in C2, then remove it

The vlookup in B2 works again!

Phil Hibbs.
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