# What function refers to a cell or cell range that is a specified distance from a base cell?

**columns from**a cell or range of cells. 1.

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Furthermore, how do you define a range based on another cell value in Excel?

To do calculation for a **range based on another cell value**, you can use a simple formula. Select a blank **cell** which you will put out the result, enter this formula =AVERAGE(A1:INDIRECT(CONCATENATE("A",B2))), and press Enter key to get the result.

Beside above, what is a cell range? When referring to a spreadsheet, the **range** or **cell range** is a group of **cells** within a row or column. For example, in the formula =sum(A1:A10), the **cells** in column A1 through A10 are the **range** of **cells** that are added together.

Regarding this, how do you select a range with an offset?

**Syntax**

- The syntax of the OFFSET function.
- =OFFSET(reference, rows, cols, [height], [width])
- reference – This required argument is the cell or range of adjacent cells we wish to offset our result from.
- rows – This required argument tells Excel the number of rows to move up or down from the 'reference' argument value.

What is a dynamic formula in Excel?

**Dynamic Formulas in Excel**. **Dynamic Formulas** allow you to insert **Excel's formulas** into cells even when the **formula** must reference rows that will be inserted later during the merge process. They can repeat for each inserted row or use only the cell where the field is placed.