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    Is there a formula that can be placed in a cell to find the last data in another Column?
    If possable, without using VBA.
    Thanks in advance

    [ This Message was edited by: Skyhook on 2002-05-10 09:12 ]

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    Hi,
    How about this.

    =MAX(ROW($A1:$A$65535)*($A$1:$A$65535<>""))

    After input this formula, press Ctrl + Shift + Enter
    Hope this helps + pen pineapple apple pen!

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    Colo,

    That isnít quite it. I have data in Column V7:V37. What I need is a formula in Column W7 that will get the data in the last cell in Column V. I donít know if it will make a difference but Column V7:V37 contains formulas .

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    On 2002-05-10 05:43, Skyhook wrote:
    Colo,

    That isn?t quite it. I have data in Column V7:V37. What I need is a formula in Column W7 that will get the data in the last cell in Column V. I don?t know if it will make a difference but Column V7:V37 contains formulas .

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    Is column V numeric?


    In case it is,

    In W7 enter:

    =INDEX(V7:V37,MATCH(9.99999999999999E+307,V7:V37))

    Aladin


    [ This Message was edited by: aladin akyurek on 2002-05-10 06:30 ]

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    Yes. In Column V7 is S7+T7+U7. What i need is for column W to look for the last data in column V. If Column S7:U7 has no data then there will be a 0 in column V7. Hope this helps.

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    On 2002-05-10 06:28, Skyhook wrote:
    Yes. In Column V7 is S7+T7+U7. What i need is for column W to look for the last data in column V. If Column S7:U7 has no data then there will be a 0 in column V7. Hope this helps.

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    See my edited reply.

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    Aladin,
    It is working but it is returning a 0 value. I tried hiding 0 values but this didnt work.

    in column v7 is 22.0 In column v8 is 22.5 in coulmn v9:v37 is 0. I need the formula to ignore the 0's and return 22.5

    Thanks

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    On 2002-05-10 06:56, Skyhook wrote:
    Aladin,
    It is working but it is returning a 0 value. I tried hiding 0 values but this didnt work.

    in column v7 is 22.0 In column v8 is 22.5 in coulmn v9:v37 is 0. I need the formula to ignore the 0's and return 22.5

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    In that case, we need an expensive formula:

    =INDEX(V9:V37,SUMPRODUCT(MAX((V9:V37>0)*(ROW(V9:V37)))))

    Aladin

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    Aladin
    I tried the formula but it is still returning the 0 value. If you know of an easier way I am definitely up for suggestions
    Thanks for all your help

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    On 2002-05-10 08:40, Skyhook wrote:
    Aladin
    I tried the formula but it is still returning the 0 value. If you know of an easier way I am definitely up for suggestions
    Thanks for all your help
    Jotting down things like that... No wonder.

    Change it to:

    =INDEX(V:V,SUMPRODUCT(MAX((V9:V37>0)*(ROW(V9:V37)))))


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