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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by drdrew1469, Nov 27, 2001.

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    I have a vlookup function that I reference to another cell that contains the formula I want to use. i.e. if cell A1 is 3, do the vlookup and use the formula in I3. How can I use wildcards in I3 to make it so that the formula is available to all cells that the vlookup points to it? It won't always be A1 that needs this formula, maybe F1 is 3 also and needs the same formula.

    Thanks in advance,

    Drew
     
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