Excel Division Help

Cruiser69

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Office Version
  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Hi all.

Could anyone please help with a division query.

The Lots have been split into separate lines from the codes in Column C.
The total cost of the Lots combined are in Column E
Is there a way to divide the total cost by the number of items in the Lot
As there are 7 items within Lot 668, each item would be £17.14
I could divide each Lot but that would take a lot of time.
Is there a Formula or VBA for Column F which could do the job in less time.


A

B

C

D

E

F

LOT

DESCRIPTION
CODES

VENDOR

TOTAL COST
INDIVIDUAL COST
668
QTY OF ASSORTED DECORATIONS
4959522
JL-420
120
17.14
668
.
4929860
JL-420
17.14
668
.
4944710
JL-420
17.14
668
.
4957066
JL-420
17.14
668
.
4957498
JL-420
17.14
668
.
4831395
JL-420
17.14
668
.
4911201
JL-420
17.14
669
QTY OF ASSORTED FESTIVE LIGHTING
4931177
JL-420
87
17.40
669
.
4948200
JL-420
17.40
669
.
4944191
JL-420
17.40
669
.
4951716
JL-420
17.40
669
.
4957002
JL-420
17.40

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Thanks for looking

Graham
 

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Book1
ABCDEF
1LOTDESCRIPTIONCODESVENDORTOTAL COSTINDIVIDUAL COST
2668QTY OF ASSORTED DECORATIONS4959522JL-42012017.14
3668.4929860JL-42017.14
4668.4944710JL-42017.14
5668.4957066JL-42017.14
6668.4957498JL-42017.14
7668.4831395JL-42017.14
8668.4911201JL-42017.14
9669QTY OF ASSORTED FESTIVE LIGHTING4931177JL-4208717.40
10669.4948200JL-42017.40
11669.4944191JL-42017.40
12669.4951716JL-42017.40
13669.4957002JL-42017.40
Sheet4
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
F2=SUMIF(A:A,A2,E:E)/COUNTIF(A:A,A2)
 
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Thanks a lot.

This is exactly what I was looking for

Regards,

Graham
 
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