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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by kpage21, May 31, 2017.

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  1. kpage21

    kpage21 Thread Starter

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    I attached a picture of the spreadsheet/current formula. I would like to add another formula into cell K101 so that when a value is entered into M101, K101 goes to 0.
     

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    a spreadsheet is better to load then a picture

    Just add and IF to your formula

    "=YourFormula"
    as it is now
    change to
    =IF( M101<>"" , 0, YourFormula)

    that assumes that the cell is blank and then a value is added

    if you want to detect that the cell HAS changed vlaue - you will need VBA to do that , not my area, i'm afraid

    Wayne
     
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    Thanks! I will keep that in mind for next time. I had a brainfart, and realized that I could just subtract M101 from K101 in the current formula.
     
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