Help with spreadsheet

KevF

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I am trying to add another number onto the inputted figure to create a new total. There needs to be a unique number for each row which will remain the same, but added to the newely inputted number to create a new total. many thanks for any help
 

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Jim North

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Jun 20, 2002
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KevF,

.... welcome to the board!

If you would show us a sample of what you need it would help. Be sure to start you sample with a <pre> on the line before and end it with a </pre> on the line after... that will preserve you column spacing and make it a LOT easier to read.

Thanks
 

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