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Den lör 23 okt. 2021 kl 21:38 skrev Steve Edmonds <>:

Hi Rob, did you ever get this answered.

I answered it, but unfortunately I failed (again) to send it to the group.
Sorry for that.
I'll see if I can find it and send it again, but to the group this time.
I use Gmail's web interface and I always forget that I need to ”Reply to
all” for the group to get it. For almost all the other mailing lists I'm
subscribed to, just hitting ”Reply” does the job, so that's what I'm used
to. That's why this happens so often. Not saying that this or that is right
or wrong, just explaining why this fails so often for me… :)

Again, sorry for all that. I'll try to get a little better at this…

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

You could use something like the below for the cells with a '+' in them.
Assuming below is row 4, vertical bars are cell borders.


If you need it to be generic for with/without the + then you could use
an IF to check, shown below for row 5.



On 18/10/2021 12:13, Rob Jasper wrote:
Hi list-users,

I have the following question:

I have in column A value either a number, or string in the format
<NR>+<NR>, in col B I want to calculate what’s in Col A

       10     10
12+72 84
       33     33
66+72 138

So, I tired the formula =INDIRECT(“=“&A1) but I only get REF!
What am I doing wrong here, and how can I achieve what I want?

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