Droping remainders

donnyp02

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How can you drop the remainder of a cell over a certain number, say 40, to another cell? Thanks for all your help guys!
 

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PaddyD

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or:

mod(a1,40)

...though mod() doesn't quite fit with the over forty element (hence barry's use of max() )
 

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