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    I am making a pricelist of thousands of items from a distributor of mine. One column has my cost and the other column is blank for me to put in my sale price. I am trying to figure out how to make a formula that will add 10.00 to the cost and round up the change to .95 cents. Can anyone help??

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    On 2002-05-07 16:52, cmill wrote:
    I am making a pricelist of thousands of items from a distributor of mine. One column has my cost and the other column is blank for me to put in my sale price. I am trying to figure out how to make a formula that will add 10.00 to the cost and round up the change to .95 cents. Can anyone help??

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    How about:

    =A1+10+IF(0.95-(A1-INT(A1))<0,1.95-(A1-INT(A1)),0.95-(A1-INT(A1)))

    This assumes that if your cost is something like 10.99, your selling price would be 21.95 and not 20.95. If you want it to be 20.95, use this:

    =INT(A1)+10.95

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    Thank you for your quick responses. But I am still unable to make them work. Maybe if I put in the formula that is already in the spreadsheet it will help you tell me where I'm going wrong? The way it is set up is as follows: column 1 goes vertical and numerically. Horizontally is alphabetically with A thru H with G being cost and H being retail price. Here is an example of column 880 H.

    =($G880+$H$1)/(1-H$2)


    How should I imput the formulas you provided?

    Thanks again,

    Chris

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    On 2002-05-07 17:18, cmill wrote:
    Thank you for your quick responses. But I am still unable to make them work. Maybe if I put in the formula that is already in the spreadsheet it will help you tell me where I'm going wrong? The way it is set up is as follows: column 1 goes vertical and numerically. Horizontally is alphabetically with A thru H with G being cost and H being retail price. Here is an example of column 880 H.

    =($G880+$H$1)/(1-H$2)


    How should I imput the formulas you provided?

    Thanks again,

    Chris
    If your cost is in cell G2. then put the following in H2

    =INT(G2)+10.95
    and copy it to other cells in column H


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