At 18:26 31/01/2016 -0500, Joshua Kramer wrote:
... I have some weird spreadsheet behavior. On one of my
spreadsheets, I have a named range. Then I have a cell below it with
the formula =SUM(NamedRange). The cell only picks up some of the
values! There are 33 rows in this range. If I put a 1 in all of
them, the total adds up to 26.
o You talk of "rows" instead of "cells": does your range improperly
include cells in other columns?
o Were seven of your cells formatted as Text before the data was
entered? Are some of your 1s actually "1"s, that is?
If I use the actual cell ranges instead of the name, it adds the
cells properly. How could the named range be malfunctioning?
If the named range doesn't cover the range you think it does?
Problems such as this are probably just guessing games unless you let
anyone look at the actual spreadsheet (or a reduced example showing
the problem). The explanation is probably very simple.
I trust this helps.
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