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This exercise is on dynamic range names in Excel (always enough to make the head spin). The file in the folder above contains a problem:
The formula in cell O9 gives an error because the range names it refers to only extend to column N.
To solve the problem, first give each of the blue cells shown below a sensible range name:
These will be your anchor points - you'll offset to the right from here.
Now edit the ranges NetRev, NetCstLiving and NetCstHousing using the OFFSET function so that they refer to the range of cells which:
Begins zero rows down and one column to the right from the relevant named blue anchor cell
Extends 1 row down and n columns to the right, where n is the number of non-blank cells in the relevant row, less 3 (use COUNTA)
Check that your ranges work by adding another year to your model in the Calculations sheet:
There are now 12 years in the model (note that your years may be different) but your totals should still work!
Save this workbook as Variable ranges, then close it down.
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