Excel | Advanced lookup functions exercise | INDIRECT XL 07 using multiple range names

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Software ==> Excel  (151 exercises)
Version ==> Excel 2010 and later
Topic ==> Advanced lookup functions  (9 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Subject ==> Excel training
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Open the file in the folder shown above.

Create a formula which uses the LEFT function and string concatentation to calculate the range name for any category chosen - this should appear in the green cell:

Excel 2010 exercise - Advanced lookup functions (image 1)

Here we have also used the LOWER function to put the category code into lower case

Put a formula  into the blue cell using the INDIRECT function to calculate the total for the category entered for the three months:

Excel 2010 exercise - Advanced lookup functions (image 2)

When you change the category, the total will change

You want to sum not the range B14, but the range whose name appears in the range B14.

Save and close the workbook.

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