OK.........HERE IS A CHALLENGE !!!!

Michele

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I have a spreadsheet that I use to figure Girls Softball Batting Averages....trouble is...when I open the file to update the number of hits, the exsisting value is deleted and the new number goes in the cell. Instead, I would like for the number that I type to be automaticaly added to the exsisting number.
Would I have to created another row to type the values in or could I just click the exsisting cell ,put in my value and then let the macros do it for me ? and what would the formula be ?

As always Guys....Thanx for your Expert Help !!!

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This message was edited by Michele on 2002-08-29 09:07
This message was edited by Michele on 2002-08-29 11:56
 

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Dave Patton

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On 2002-08-29 08:26, Michele wrote:
I have a spreadsheet that I use to figure Girls Softball Batting Averages....trouble is...when I open the file to update the number of hits, the exsisting value is deleted and the new number goes in the cell. Instead, I would like for the number that I type to be automaticaly added to the exsisting number.
Would I have to created another row to type the values in or could I just click the exsisting cell ,put in my value and then let the macros do it for me ? and what would the formula be ?

As always Guys....Thanx for your Expert Help !!!

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Could you show the formula that you are using?

Is there some reason that the new information cannot be in a new cell?

Hits game 1
Hits game 2
..............
Total

etc
etc
This message was edited by Dave Patton on 2002-08-29 12:05
 

Michele

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I have NO idea how I did those replies...SORRY :}





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You again, huh ?

:wink:

I deleted them.... probably just a glitch in the servers or something

Chris

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This message was edited by Chris Davison on 2002-08-29 12:14
 

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