How To: Return the address of the 1st non-blank cell in Excel

Return the address of the 1st non-blank cell in Excel

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I appreciate your help with this formula. However, I do not know why it doesn't work with my Excel Mac 2010. Any Idea.? if there is any different formula for this please help.

Thank you so much

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