Learn the INDIRECT function of Excel with these 5 INDIRECT function examples.

See how to use INDIRECT with named ranges, to reference other worksheets, create R1C1 references and see it used with other functions.

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The INDIRECT function is one of the most misunderstood of the functions of Excel. It can be really powerful when used correctly. These 5 examples will show you different reasons as to why INDIRECT is thought of so highly.

Below are the timings for the different tutorials in this video.

00:38 – INDIRECT with Named Ranges

03:26 – INDIRECT to reference other worksheets

07:52 – Using R1C1 referencing with INDIRECT to return the last value in a row

12:15 – INDIRECT with VLOOKUP

14:40 – Dependent Drop Down Lists

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thanks. nice and simple to understand examples.

Sir i have one doubt

1-apple

1- banna

One common refernce but vlookup only one view 1- apple but i have need two output- apple/banna how

do you do sir

This is very useful

Hi Great Video (as they all are) but please can you explain why in INDIRECT to reference other worksheets when you wrote the second part of the Indriect after the & you put " in then not again until after the range of cells?? Sorry if I am being thick but I though " " were to refer to text. Thanks

Thank you!

the best explanation of indirect fnc . love it. going to watch so many more now <3 !!!

In this formula =INDIRECT("Sheet"&A1&"!$A$5") , What if I need cell A5 as variable "A5 , A6, A7" from different sheets . What will the formula look like . Thanks in advance

I was really not that versed in using =INDIRECT(function) and to be frank I was avoiding to use it. But after well expounded topic in this tutorial it makes a lot of sense what is used for and especially when it comes using it with named ranges. Thank you for explaining in minute detail and to the point for all of us. 👍

Thank you ! I've been sufferred from learning “INDIRECT" as it's not as clear logic as other fuctions. Watched around 3-4 videos still couldn't get until I watched your video. Now it's crystal clear and now I'm confident to use "INDIRECT" in work.

This is the best explanation of the INDIRECT function I have seen. Thank you!

Awesome explanation of a far to underused function in excel! Thank you sir.

Hello, thank you for the great video and elaborate explanation. I was wondering if you know of a way that can refer to another excel workbook while it is closed without getting the "Ref" answer.

I have many excel files that usually has only a different month name, and i want to pull the data from it just by changing the month name while it is closed. The indirect approach always asks for the file to be open to see the numbers.

an example is, if i have a file called January report, and i want cell B6 from it, then i also want to have B6 from February report.

referring by indirect has worked only when both files are open.

Excellent video

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This tutorial is extremely helpful. Thank you very much.

I'm 8 minutes in and I already came here to drop a comment on how amazing this explanation is. Also thanks for a little British humor.

Amazing video l'm LEARN so much

AMAZING. Both your detailed lecture and your accent. I have become a fan of yours. Can we have your real name please.

Do you have this worksheet for subscribers to download

Great video, beautiful learning.

You fixed the South Aftica reference by surrounding the single quote with double quotes but on on the front of the formula. After the second & you wrote double quotes + single quote. Why didn't you surround the second single quote the same way as the first one?

I want add two more value under Canada, that means Dynamic Name Range and want to get effect on Office.

I have create Dynamic Name Range using OFFSET(), but getting #REF error when I apply it with INDIRECT().

Please….

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Very concise and easy to understand, how is your sister lady gaga ?

thanks you very much

wonderful explanation about INDIRECT function, especially combining DATA VALIDATION and INDIRECT function was totally awesome…

Excellent

Great video. I've seen many explanations for INDIRECT() and this is by far the best, especially the one referring to other sheets with spaces in the sheet name. Thanks very much

thank you, it is really helpfull

Thanks for making such helpful video….

brother it is showing reference but why?????? my formula is correct according to your guide lines for calculation of indirect formula where this is =sum(indirect(my cel no#))—-the answer is showing REF. Can u solve for me or mail me brother or reply me for the solution plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Thank you. Clear explanation. Amazed by different techniques!!!

Thank you, Computergaga. Very much appreciated. This Excel world is just becoming very exciting; courtesy persons like you.

you are making everything so complicated , plus the reference example is not working

awesome!!!

thank you so much mr gaga.

Awesome.

Thanks u very much for such a detail and simple explanation.

Great Work..

Wow. I have struggled with this function in different forms and here you are making me an expert after watching this 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿

In the conditional table array example, how would I rewrite the Formula to find the person with the largest number for the region you specify?

Thanks!

Thank you for stepping through the Indirect formula. I've seen it a dozen times on as many sites, but I have not seen one explanation of each component of the formula. Much appreciated! Thank you!

great example! can indirect be used in conjunction of SUMIFS ?

This is very informative and helpful!