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Old 08-02-2017, 02:26 PM
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Hi All,
i have a table with with a column that has numbers like:
10
9.22
7.33


5.44
4.67
3.12
2.10
1.90
and i want to be able to find the lower value bigger than 4 and to do that i can use the formula:
=MIN(IF(A2:A8>4,A2:A8))
But i am having two issues that the moment:
1- how can i make this formula work only for unhidden cells?
2- how can i return the line/column of that cell?

Thanks and Advance.
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Old 08-02-2017, 03:17 PM
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Smallest # =MIN(105,A1:A44)


Row # =MATCH(MIN(105,A1:A44),A1:A44,0)
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Old 08-02-2017, 06:33 PM
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Thanks for answering.
I tried exactly what you suggested.
Applied both formulas
Smallest # =MIN(105,A1:A44) = 1.90
Row # =MATCH(MIN(105,A1:A44),A1:A44,0) = 8

But when i try to hide a few lines like the line that has 1.90, the result is the same
Smallest # =MIN(105,A1:A44) = 1.90
Row # =MATCH(MIN(105,A1:A44),A1:A44,0) = 8

Any idea why?

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No I don't know why.

The 105 in the formula is supposed to overlook the hidden cells
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Isn't he formula supposed to be
=SUBTOTAL(105,A1:A44)
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=MATCH(SUBTOTAL(105,A1:A44),A1:A44,0)
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