Inventory allocation and variance help

Comp44

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Hello all,

I'm stumped on this one and I'm sure I'm making it more complicated than it needs to be. Hope you can help.
I'm trying to find a formula to calculate inventory availability. This is a 2 part problem.
1. Need a formula to pull figures out of column E total inventory until there's nothing left

2. Need a formula to show a percentage in column D (including negative percentage once the inventory runs out). Running into an issue with the #DIV/0! error when it comes to locations where the system is expecting 0, so 0 would be allocated.

Blank example
Column AColumn BColumn CColumn DColumn E
1SiteSystem Expect AmountAllocationDeltaTotal Inventory
2Warehouse 120000 100,000
3Warehouse 240000
4Warehouse 325000
5Warehouse 430000
6Warehouse 515000

<tbody>
</tbody><colgroup><col><col><col><col><col><col></colgroup>


How I need it to be:
Column AColumn BColumn CColumn DColumn E
1SiteSystem Expect AmountAllocationDeltaTotal Inventory
2Warehouse 120000200000% 100,000
3Warehouse 240000400000%
4Warehouse 325000250000%
5Warehouse 43000015000-50%
6Warehouse 5150000-100%

<tbody>
</tbody><colgroup><col><col><col><col><col><col></colgroup>

Thanks in advance for your help!
 

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igold

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Hi,

Do these do what you want

Cell C2 and copied down: =IF(E$2 > SUM(B$2:B2),B2,IF(SUM(B$2:B2) > E$2,IF(SUM(C1:C$2) < E$2,E$2-SUM(C1:C$2),0)))

<e$2,e$2-sum(c1:c$2),0)))
<e$2,e$2-sum(c1:c$2),0)))
Cell D2 and copied down: =IF(C2=0,-1,((B2-C2)/B2)*-1)


HTH

igold</e$2,e$2-sum(c1:c$2),0)))
</e$2,e$2-sum(c1:c$2),0)))
 
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