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I find OFFSET() quite useful whenever I build a table with a running balance (for instance where the balance in X10 = X9+W10). Without the OFFSET() function, if I needed to insert a row between rows 9 & 10, the new row would not be included in the running balance unless I edited the formula. But if the original X10's formula is "=OFFSET(X10,-1,0)+W10" then the new row is automatically included in the running balance.

-- Tim

On 4/26/2015 9:15 AM, wrote:

Correction. I ran across an old message from Mr Barker that suggested using the OFFSET() function 
for something.

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