Two formulas in one cell

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summerwish

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Hi I am hoping that I can get help with the below formula to get it to work.

I have loaded the a copy of the spreadsheet so you are able to see the current formula in cell D5.

I need to add into that formula as how it currently sits when you change the quantity the data in D5 remains the same and does not multiple. Can someone please advise the best way that this can be done.

Thanks in advance
 

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cwwozniak

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Hi, and welcome to TSG.

Try this in cell D5
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=(A5*B5)*(1-C5)
I don't know what you were trying to do in cells D6 through D9. They all have circular reference errors where the cell with the result of the formula contains that cell in the formula.
 

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Hi, and welcome to TSG.

Try this in cell D5
Code:
=(A5*B5)*(1-C5)
I don't know what you were trying to do in cells D6 through D9. They all have circular reference errors where the cell with the result of the formula contains that cell in the formula.
Thanks heaps for your help it worked and yes, I am trying to simplify other peoples formulas that are n longer working when trying to update the format.

Thanks again
 

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You're welcome.

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