Reference a formula that is copied down the page

acura123

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I want to be able to reference a formula so that when it is drug down the page it keeps the last value. So if for example the formula simply keeps a running total I want the other cell to reference the last total in the running total cell.

So if A1 is the Value

and c1:c3 is a running total with c3 equal to say $50.00 if c3 is drug down to equal a new value I want A1 to reflect that new total.


Any Ideals?

Thanks
 

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dave3009

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Could you not just reference the entire column

=SUM(C1:C65536)

Then as you add in values it will just total it up as you go.

You can adjust the range to suit your more specific needs.

KR


Dave
 

acura123

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Won't work

Summing the column won't work because it gives me the total of the whole column not the running total amount. I just want the last value in the column.
 

Aladin Akyurek

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I want to be able to reference a formula so that when it is drug down the page it keeps the last value. So if for example the formula simply keeps a running total I want the other cell to reference the last total in the running total cell.

So if A1 is the Value

and c1:c3 is a running total with c3 equal to say $50.00 if c3 is drug down to equal a new value I want A1 to reflect that new total.


Any Ideals?

Thanks

=LOOKUP(9.99999999999999E+307,C:C)
 

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