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Thanks Brian and Andries (and Tom) for helping out.

With your help, (and it being a fresh day), we have cracked it!!

The Syntax I have used - and works fine is...

        '=INDIRECT("SheetName.$ROW"&<$cell $ref>)'

Using INDIRECT converted it from a text string, the SheetName and ROW have to be in inverted comas and the <cell ref> gives me the variable ROW No.

I have some work to catch up on now with the working spreadsheet but will look at your reply Andries as soon as I have done that.

Thanks again to all.

Pretoria, South Africa.

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