How to always get the value from above cell when inserting or deleting row in Excel?
Normally, we can reference above cell value by using a simple formula, but, when you insert a new row above the reference cell formula, the reference cell will not be changed automatically as following screenshot shown. This article, I will talk about how to always get the above cell value when inserting or deleting rows in Excel.
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To deal with this job, here is an easy formula can help you, please do as follows:
Enter this formula into a cell where you want to reference the above cell: =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(ROW()-1,COLUMN())), and press Enter key to get the value from above cell, see screenshot:
And now, when you inserting new row above the reference formula cell, the referenced cell will always be the above cell value. See screenshot:
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 months agowouldn't OFFSET(INDIRECT(CELL("address"));-1;0) be more efficient since there are only three function calls instead of four?