Grouped data

iggator2003

New Member
Joined
Nov 3, 2010
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If I have a spreadsheet with data such as:

Column A, Column B
123, 111
null, 112
null, 113
124, 111
null, 112
null, 113
etc.....

Is there a formula I can use to get the null cells to look at the value in the cell and have them copy down until the next value? So the data would be:

Column A, Column B
123, 111
123, 112
123, 113
124, 111
124, 112
124, 113
etc....

??
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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Select the cells in column A and choose Edit|Go To|Special, check Blanks and click OK. In the formula bar type =, point at the cell above and press Ctrl+Enter.
 

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