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I'm trying to duplicate a formula from one cell to all the remaining cells below. I want one cell to remain a constant fixed value in the next cell with the formula using the adjoining cell. The adjoining cell needs to increase in the next cell with one value remaining constant. I know there is an easy way to do this and has probably been covered.
Thank you
=AG5/I2
the value at I2 needs to remain constant while the value of AG5 needs to increase by 1. This needs to repeat the entire column.
Try this...
=AG5/I$2
The dollar sign will keep the row number constant as the formula is copied down a column.
You can do the same thing with the column letter:
=AG5/$I2
The dollar sign will keep the column letter constant as the formula is copied across a row.
You can use any combination as is needed depending on how you want to copy the formula:
=AG5/I2
=$AG$5/$I$2
=$AG5/$I2
=AG$5/I$2
=AG$5/$I2
=$AG5/I$2
This is known as absolute and relative cell referencing. The dollar sign makes that row/column absolute. When the dollar sign is absent then that row/column reference is relative.
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Biff
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Thank you for the information. Worked well
Thank-you so much T. Valko for stopping the anguish of not being able to figure this out and not finding anything on the internet until reading your post. I have never signed up for a forum site but had to just to thank-you for the help
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