Excel/index formulation


I am using EXCEL 2007

I have formula in
Cell J4 =AND(I4=$O$4,I5=$O$5,I6=$O$6,I7=$O$7,I8=$O$8)
Cell k4 =MATCH(TRUE,J:J,0)
cell L4 =HYPERLINK("#"&ADDRESS(K4, 1), "Go to sequence")


In cell N4 I need formula to copy this value automatically of the cell after the squence is found in range I:I .
Also In cell K5 i need formula so that 174 comes automatically.

For K5 (and subsequent), sticking with the method you are using I'd suggest

=MATCH(TRUE,INDIRECT("J"&K4+1 & ":J60000"),0)+K4

I don't follow what process you are trying to follow for getting a formula in column N - I cannot see what the logic is so if you can expand that I will try to help further - I have downloaded your example file from the other question.
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