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Help required for Excel Formula

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by him1803, Nov 30, 2011.

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  1. him1803

    him1803 Thread Starter

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    Hello all,

    I just stuck up in one problem, and I need your expert help in solving it.

    The problem is -

    I have created an excell sheet with monthly consumption data date wise summing up all at bottom of table.
    A second worksheet is created (for costing calculation with today & todate figures) taking reference from the first one.
    Now, I need that whenever I put in one master cell as 1, 2, 3, 4...(representing dates in first workbook), the values of today & todate columns are filled with the values (entered in first workbook).

    Also, if you can tell me -

    How to put this condition in one single cell -

    =IF(I3=1,CONCATENATE('Backup Data'!E11))&(IF(I3=2,CONCATENATE('Backup Data'!E12)))

    I am getting the result as - if first condition true, its value is displayed followed by FALSE of the second formula and reverse is for 1st condition false & second is true, the result is FALSE210.

    Thanks

    Himanshu
     
  2. Keebellah

    Keebellah Trusted Advisor

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    Hi Himanshu, welcome to the board,

    I cannot picture the problem reading your post, do you have a small non-private data sample to show what you have and what you want?

    Furthermore, concate creates string values so I do not think you need this.
    Post a samplke so we can see what you need / want.

    Also, you forgot to mention the version of Excel you're using
     
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