dynamic range question

dmac896

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If I define a range as A1 thru K1 and I have formulas in C1 and D1, how can I have the formulas replicate themselves in each new row as new rows get added to the range?
 

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Aladin Akyurek

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If I define a range as A1 thru K1 and I have formulas in C1 and D1, how can I have the formulas replicate themselves in each new row as new rows get added to the range?

Convert the area into a list by means of Data|List|Create List if you are on Excel 2003 or beyond.
 

dmac896

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Hmmm, however, it doesn't work when the sheet is protected. What can be done?
 

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