Carrying every other row over easily

m2mcbee

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I have a scorecard that automatically adds a merged row across each column when it is exported to excel. Is there an easy way to copy the entire column over to the next sheet without manually changing the formula in increments of 2?
 

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squidgeny

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Can you provide a more elaborate explanation of what your scorecard does, how it is formatted, which column you want to copy, what formula you're using and why you need to change it in increments of 2?

Don't understand your problem otherwise.
 

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