Thanks! That did the trick!
On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 3:14 PM, MiguelAngel <email@example.com>wrote:
El 02/01/12 22:23, Mark Phillips escribió:
My apologies, gmail decided to send the message before I was
finished......I will try it again.
A row has "Jan 3", "Jan 8", "Jan 12", in each of three columns. These
string are really formatted dates. I have three sheets with names Jan 3,
Jan 8, Jan 12. I want to write a formula (vlookup) that has a reference
'Jan 3'.a1:g14, but I want the "Jan 3" sheet name to be taken from the
that has Jan 3 in it. I can then copy the formula across the spreadsheet
the row under the dates and refer to each succeeding sheet.
I hope this makes sense!
On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 2:18 PM, Mark Phillips<mark@**
Is there a way to have a text string in a cell and use that text string
a formula for the sheet name?e
For example, I have this
One method is use INDIRECT(TEXT(ceelwithdate;"**MMM D")&".A1:g14") to
compose the address.
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