Graphing values using only one cell for data entry

drubin

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Is it possible, without using VBA, to use the same cell to routinely enter numbers, and have those numbers displayed on a graph. The problem I'm having is that we need to use the same cell for data entry without having the previous values disapear when we add a new value.
If someone can figure this out they'll have my forever respect.
Bud
 

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Oaktree

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I don't think so... You'd either have to (a) use multiple cells for data entry or (b) use VBA [presumably a worksheet change event] to copy/paste the values to a different sheet.

Either way, you'd need to have each change iteration's value stored somewhere...
 

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