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Dynamic Referencing in VBA Formula

By : Beben
Date : October 17 2020, 01:08 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I am trying to Index/Match data only when a certain criteria is met. , Please try this code.
code :
Sub NoZeroLeftBehind(lengthRow As Integer)
    ' 18 Oct 2017

    Dim lengthRow As Long
    Dim Tmp As Variant
    Dim C As Long

    lengthRow = 4
    For C = 2 To lengthRow
        ' bear in mind that the Cell is a Range
        ' and you want to refer to its Value & Formula property
        With Cells(1, C)
            Tmp = .Value
            ' using the Val() function will interpret a blank cell as zero value
            If Val(Tmp) = 0 Then
                .Value = "TBD"
            ElseIf IsError(Tmp) Then
                .Formula = "=INDEX(Forecast!L:L,MATCH('AA - Inbound Orders Weekly Rep'!H" & _
                           (113 + C - 2) & ",Forecast!A:A,0))"
            End If
        End With
    Next C
End Sub

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Dynamic formula for referencing sheets

By : JHN
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue I have a formula that creates a summary based on a date range. The formula works fine, but I would like to use a cell say G1 to generate the name of the worksheet so that each year we can add a new worksheet and by changing G1 to that worksheet's name the summary is redirected to that worksheet rather than having to go in and edit each formula. , Please try:
code :
=SUMIFS(INDIRECT(G1&"!V:V"),INDIRECT(G1&"!A:A"),">=" &A2,INDIRECT(G1&"!A:A"),"<=" &A3,INDIRECT(G1&"!D:D"),A5)  

Dynamic formula cell referencing w/offset

By : pjRamores
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you My formula: , Merely adding INDIRECT:
code :

COUNTIF with an array formula referencing dynamic cells

By : Emanuel Mwiter
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I'm trying to use a COUNTIF with a dynamic array as the criteria. , Wrap it in SUM() and enter it with Ctrl-Shift-Enter:
code :
=SUM(COUNTIFS(Col!A:A, "Test", Col!B:B, D1:F1))

vba input formula referencing cell from another dynamic sheet

By : RawToast
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Try sht2.Range("D" & (row)).Formula = "= '" & sht1.Name & "'!" & "N876"

Referencing Dynamic Named Range in Excel Formula

By : kipkins
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you As best I could tell after doing further research, Excel's INDIRECT function simply doesn't work with dynamic ranges. There might be a clever way to get around using INDIRECT and sticking to the non-VBA Excel world, but I'm unaware of such a way. Instead, I ended up creating a user-defined function very similar to the one described here. I altered my main formula to read =VLOOKUP(B2,DINDIRECT("ExampleRange"&C1),2,FALSE), where DINDIRECT is the name of the VBA function I created.
The only downsides (which may or may not be downsides depending on how you look at it) to this alternative is that the workbook must be saved as a macro-enabled workbook and the use of a custom function isn't very self-documenting and requires a little explanation to other users. All things considered, though, this was an acceptable solution for me.
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