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Old May 23rd 05, 08:41 PM
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I put up a previous post that perhaps was not as clear as it could be.

Simple question: When using an external reference with SUMPRODUCT, is there
a symbol that can be placed into the external reference cell to indicate
1) blanks
2) non-blanks

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Why don't you just stick to the one thread rather than scattering questions
all over the group.

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I put up a previous post that perhaps was not as clear as it could be.

Simple question: When using an external reference with SUMPRODUCT, is

there
a symbol that can be placed into the external reference cell to indicate
1) blanks
2) non-blanks

Thanks

anand



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Old May 23rd 05, 11:23 PM
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I will do that.

anand

"Bob Phillips" wrote:

Why don't you just stick to the one thread rather than scattering questions
all over the group.

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HTH

RP
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"anand" wrote in message
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I put up a previous post that perhaps was not as clear as it could be.

Simple question: When using an external reference with SUMPRODUCT, is

there
a symbol that can be placed into the external reference cell to indicate
1) blanks
2) non-blanks

Thanks

anand






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