Looking at other column, upping value
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    This is an example:
    A
    9.13
    9.14
    9.19
    9.21
    9.25
    9.28

    I want the Value in Column B to adjust so that it gives the same result for everything beginning with 9.1, then .01 higher for everything with 9.2, etc.

    Can anyone help?

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    Somthing like this perhaps:

    =LEFT(a1,3)+0

    where with 9.1x, x is trimmed?

    Cheers, Nate

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    Or did you mean every 9.1x returns 9.11 and every 9.2x returns 9.22...If so, try:

    =(LEFT(F12,3)+0&MID(F12,3,1))+0

    Hope that helps,

    Cheers,

    Nate

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