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staticbob

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You doing the lottery then ??

try looking at the help for the RAND function . .

will be something like RAND()*(b-a)+a
where a is 1 and b is 49

so . . =rand()*(1-49)+a

Bob.
 

earlyd

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=ROUNDUP(RAND()*49,0) will generate a random number between 1 and 49. If you want the six numbers to be unique you will have to do a little more.
 
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