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QUESTION: Attached you will find am image of my spreadsheet. Here is the issue. A the top of the screen you will see my named tables. This issue is specific with the "Gauge". In the lower left you will see to the left of the "#REF" is a pull-down menu to select my gauge. The formula works fine from 28 Gauge - 20 Gauge, However on 18 Gauge - 10 Gauge it returns this #REF. I am using Excel 2010. Below is the formula;

If you do not see anything obvious I could email the spreadsheet to you. Thank you for your time and efforts.

ANSWER: Hi Josh,

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QUESTION: here is the link for the spreadsheet you requested. thank you

Hi Josh,

Slight change in your E40 cell formula



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