Adding a row to a programmed worksheet?
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    I know there must be an elegant solution, but my mind's a blank....
    My infamous spreadhseet with 2000 rows actually has 500 rows of data, and 1500 rows awaiting data which are full of formulae. As each user makes a new entry he/she must go down to row 501/502 etc. to enter their data. If I could have a new row created with formulae at each entry, I wouldn't have to maintain a 2000 row file, and the file would be smaller and faster. ALSO - all my summary formula in a separate worksheet would have to accomodate the growing ranges ( as opposed to the $A1:$A2000 that I currently have established.

    Be gentle with your solutions.. I'm already feeling inadequate!

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    Delete the unnecessary rows and enter data via Data/Form. It will copy formulas as necessary. Once the form is up, simply click New.

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    Data Form is a nice idea, but I lose all the validation and dropdown lists.

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