OFFSET function to return the value of a cell that is a specified number of rows and columns away from a cell or range of cells that you referenced in an adjacent range.
|A1: Name||B1: Dept||C1: Age|
|A2: Henry||B2: 501||C2: 28|
|A3: Stan||B3: 201||C3: 19|
|A4: Mary||B4: 101||C4: 22|
|A5: Larry||B5: 301||C5: 29|
Enter the following formulas into cell E2 (or any available blank cell):
- C2 - The referenced cell.
- 2 - Indicates the number of rows to move. Positive numbers mean move down, and negative numbers mean move up.
- -1 - Indicates the number of columns to move. Positive numbers mean move to the right, and negative numbers mean move to the left.
- 1 (second last value) - (Optional.) Indicates how many rows of data to return. This number must be a positive number.
- 1 (last value) - (Optional.) Indicates how many columns of data to return. This number must be a positive number.
Examples:When you use this formula, the OFFSET function returns the value of the cell that is located two rows down (2) and 1 row to the left (-1) of cell C2 (which is cell B4). The value in cell B4 is "101". Therefore, the formula returns "101".
ID d'article : 324991 - Dernière mise à jour : 2 févr. 2012 - Révision : 1