# signs

Nick W.

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In I49 I have the following equation (=ROUNDUP(SUM(I33:I48),0.1)) Equations I33:I48 are also summing equations. For some reason when any value in I33:I48 puts the total value of I49 over $100,000.00 all I get are # signs. I'm sure this is a pretty easy fix I just can't seem to figure it out.
 

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Good evening Nick W.

The # symbols indiocate that your columns are not wide enough to display the cells contents. Make your columns wider.

HTH

DominicB
 
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