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What I have done that works is first name the region. Then I place the region name in a cell, then us indirect(cell with range name). hth

On 11/3/2013 11:19 AM, yahoo-pier_andreit wrote:
using libreoffice Version 4.0:build-305 on my opensuse 12.3

I would like to have a reference in the VLOOKUP function for range:
the VLOOKUP formula is:
if I write the function:
function works
if J1 is $A$1:$D$5
and the formula:
the formula doesn't works
also if J1 is =ADDRESS(1,1, , )&":"&ADDRESS(5,3, , )

how can I get vlookup function working with cell reference for range??

manythanx, :-) ciao, pier

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