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    Article: VLOOKUP for Pictures



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    This is very cool, Ken.

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    Really Cool --Good Job

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    Thanks guys.

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    I use something similar for Dashboards, enabling the user to change Charts & even data views.

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    Wallha very good

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    I have tried this method and actually a similar method and I get an "Reference not valid" when it comes to changing the picture formula to =Day_01. Any suggestions on what I am doing wrong?

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    It's great...

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    Hi, I have the same problem as Victoria had. Are you sure, we select A4:E5 in this step and not A3:E4?
    thanks

    • Select cells A4:E5
    • Go to Formulas -->Defined Name -->Create from selection
    • Choose to created names from values in the Top Row (only)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iryna View Post
    Hi, I have the same problem as Victoria had. Are you sure, we select A4:E5 in this step and not A3:E4?
    thanks

    • Select cells A4:E5
    • Go to Formulas -->Defined Name -->Create from selection
    • Choose to created names from values in the Top Row (only)
    Hi, Victorya and Iryna, try this:
    First just create names without Indirect formula, then change formula of picture to that name and after this add indirect formula. This would circumvent the "Reference not valied" error.

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