# Copy formula across row incrementing sheet number, down column incrementing number by 2

I have information on four different sheets I would like to copy to this summary sheet.

I want to know how do I copy the formula across the row and down the column on this summary sheet(say this is sheet2) so I display that info here.

Right now I have

D4 set as `=INDIRECT("'Sheet" & COLUMN()-2&"'.D4")`

This let's me copy across the row, but how do I change this to allow copying the formula down the column to get it to auto-increment "A#" by 2?

``````               4                     5                  6                 7
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
D | =SUM('Sheet4',a1) | =SUM('Sheet5',a1) | =SUM('Sheet6',a1) | =SUM('Sheet7',a1) |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
``````

And how do I copy the same formula down a column so I get (I am skipping ever other row of data on sheets 4 - 7)

``````               4                     5                  6                 7
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
D | =SUM('Sheet4',a2) | =SUM('Sheet5',a2) | =SUM('Sheet6',a2) | =SUM('Sheet7',a2) |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
E | =SUM('Sheet4',a4) | =SUM('Sheet5',a4) | =SUM('Sheet6',a4) | =SUM('Sheet7',a4) |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
F | =SUM('Sheet4',a6) | =SUM('Sheet5',a6) | =SUM('Sheet6',a6) | =SUM('Sheet7',a6) |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
G | =SUM('Sheet7',a8) | =SUM('Sheet5',a8) | =SUM('Sheet6',a8) | =SUM('Sheet7',a8) |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
``````
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These formulas donâ€™t work. Please post either correct formulas or an English explanation of the result you want. – Scott Jan 22 '13 at 21:25
Please indent code or preformatted text by 4 spaces, or select it and press `Ctrl-K`. Thanks – slhck Jan 22 '13 at 21:47