Cycling a copy-cell -function

Eilenach

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Hello,

I'm trying to create a function that repeatedly copies other cells, following the same pattern. As an example:

A1=B1
A2=B2
A3=C1
A4=C2
A5=B1
A6=B2
A7=C1
A8=C2


I would be grateful for any help! =)
 

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Richard Schollar

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Apr 19, 2005
Messages
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Hi & Welcome to the Board!

If you enter

=$B$1
=$B$2
=$C$1
=$C$2

in A1:A4 then you can copy this block of cells down your column.
 
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