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    Formula to consolidate two different columns

    Hi, I am trying to create a formula which looks at two different columns (1 and 2 in this example) and returns the value if there is one in either column 1 or column 2. And if both columns are empty, then leave the cell empty. For example for the first row, the formula would return $205 and...
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