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I have a column of data, the number of rows may change often. I want to create a sparkline of the entire row of data without specifying the cell for last row because it'll change. How would I do it? The first number does NOT begin at A1, so I can't use A:A. For example if the column has 30 rows of data, then I want sparkline(A10:A40), but if it changes to 35 rows, then I want sparkline(A10:A45). Is there a function that automates this so I don't have to retype sparkline() every time?

  • it also depends on the version, please specify which version do you use, – Máté Juhász Aug 22 '16 at 12:21
  • Google Spreadsheet and Excel 2013. – KDFZ Aug 22 '16 at 12:47
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  • I removed the Google Spreadsheet tag so your question is on topic. – CharlieRB Aug 22 '16 at 15:40
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If this is in Excel 2013 or higher, why don't you use a named range for the Data Range? You can specify the Named Range from cells $A$1:$A$100 and call it "Values". When you create your sparkline, you just type Values as the Data Range. If you only have A1:A30 filled with data, then only they will show. If you have data outside of that and includes up to A100, then the sparkline will adjust accordingly.

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