Not sure if I need a Macro or fomula for this.

Chris Laughlin

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Hello,

I am a barely passable excel user. I would like to know how I could project cell info into different cells. I think this may work more as an example.

I would like a formula or macro to "project" what I type into a cell into multiple cells on the spread sheet.

My example to explain what I would like to do:

If I type in cell A1, my customers name, I would want that to appear in other cells in the spread sheet, like B4, G22 and D40.

This is what I am trying to do, and am unsure how to do it. Any help would be great appreciated, and you would make my life so much easier!

Thanks,

Chris
 

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Hi Chris,

Trust me, it's only simple if you know the answer!! ;)
And, thanks for the feedback. :biggrin:

Ak
 
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