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cataloge pricing spreadsheet

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by RichRenger, Feb 11, 2012.

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  1. RichRenger

    RichRenger Thread Starter

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    G'day, I've got a tricky Excel spreadsheet to build that lists a big range of product ranges and sub-components and their prices. I would like to use columns with drop-down list of options, which then displays a different range of components depending on the options selected.
    It's for a modular kitchen componentry product range.
    Basically there are two major ranges. (range A and B)
    Each range has about 30 or so cabinet modules, with unique names, reference numbers, descriptions and order numbers.
    Each of those modules have a number of components to go with them, offering a chives of about a dozen colours, again with unique pricing etc.
    So ideally, I'd like to be able do a global range a or b selection, then pick a module from a list of that ranges modules, and then the appropriate colour doors and drawer fronts.
    I'm thinking all thus would occur in a single row, but repeated for multiple modules in multiple rows.
    I'm using excel 2007
    Any help to get me started in the right direction would be great
     
  2. CDHarm

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    RichRenger,

    Welcome to the forum. Can you post a copy of your workbook. That will make it easier to understand.
     
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    I'm curious too. :)
     
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