INDIRECT function in Excel

INDIRECT function in Excel

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The INDIRECT() Function is one of those functions that can distinguish an Excel pro from an Amateur!

INDIRECT allows us to give it an address in the form of a string/text and then it goes to that address and it returns the value on that address. It also allows us to build dynamic references/addresses by concatenating different pieces of string together.

In this tutorial, I show you how to use the INDIRECT function and we show examples for passing addresses for a Table, A Cell, A Named Range, A Sheet, or a Workbook to the INDIRECT function and show you how you can create dynamic addresses.

So make sure to watch the video to understand the awesome INDIRECT function and join the elite Excel users!

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