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    My question:

    I need to have a cell at the top of my sheet always show me what the value is in the last populated cell of one particular column.

    Can this be done with a formula? I have tried everything I can think of and looked everywhere I know. Please help!


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    On 2002-03-11 13:29, Anonymous wrote:
    My question:

    I need to have a cell at the top of my sheet always show me what the value is in the last populated cell of one particular column.

    Can this be done with a formula? I have tried everything I can think of and looked everywhere I know. Please help!

    Which column is it? What kind values does this column have -- numeric?


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    yes, it is numeric... actually a formula itself calculating accruals of vacation time for my employees.

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    On 2002-03-11 13:32, Anonymous wrote:
    yes, it is numeric... actually a formula itself calculating accruals of vacation time for my employees.
    Lets say that the column of interest is B.

    If B1 is in use, insert a new empty row, then in the new row

    in B1 enter:

    =INDEX(B:B,MATCH(9.99999999999999E+307,B:B))


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