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Moerser Posted - 09/01/2021 : 08:03:52 AM
Origin Ver. and Service Release (Select Help-->About Origin): 9.8.0.200
Operating System: Windows 10

Hey everybody,

is there a way to perfom an offset in the cell formular editor, like a similar function like "offset" in excel? For example I want in coloumn B the values of coloumn A but starting first with the value of row 6 of col A in row 1 in col B and then the value of row 7 in col A in row 2 in col B and so on.

Greetings
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YimingChen Posted - 09/01/2021 : 09:00:51 AM
Use formula:
A[i+5]


Yiming

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