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Using the latest template spreadsheet on the above link, please update worksheet 2 (Benchmark indices). Could you please apply the various formulas such that you copy the automatic line zero'ing out, formats and anything else you think worthwhile. I DO NOT need a copy of all the other columns i.e rolling, annualised etc.

Thanks.

Using the latest template spreadsheet on the above link, please update worksheet 2 (Benchmark indices). Could you please apply the various formulas such that you copy the automatic line zero'ing out, formats and anything else you think worthwhile. I DO NOT need a copy of all the other columns i.e rolling, annualised etc.

Thanks.

Master-Statistics-template-1-v11.xls

1. I'm using Excel 2007 and for some reason whenever I make any small charges to the first worksheet e.g. cells Q168 and do some other actions, I cannot undo the last few actions. its as if I have saved the document in the undo history is empty. Have you come across this problem?

2. Also I've just added a new column K in worksheet 1 called Total return since inception. This is essentially the same as colulm L, except its an absolute percentage return. Could someone please update this column so that it both automatically updates everytime a new monthly return is added to col C and K updates automatically but also the blank data before row 91 so that if I add earlier data for new funds going forward, I wont get an error msg.

3. I also want to add the total returns since inception in the fund summary table in worksheet 3. What is the easiest way to do this and have it updated dynamically with the latest return information from col K? I have added the field in the table, just need the dynamic formula added now?

Please use updated spreadsheet attached.

Thanks.

Copy-of-Master-Statistics-templa.xls

2. Not sure what is being asked here. It's a formula so it already updates automatically. If you want to avoid errors for a blank line just add some kind of IF statement. I could help with the construction of such a formula if needed.

3. Is the total return simply the last entry from column K? Just use this formula

=INDEX('Fund Data'!K:K,MATCH(9E+100,'Fu

Note: This finds the last entry in the column which is less than 9*10^100 so it works for any numeric data that isn't astronomically large.

Bonus: I noticed you seem to want to format all the December rows a special way. To ensure that you don't miss any, I would use conditional formatting. Apply this formula to the entire sheet

=MONTH($B1)=12

and format accordingly (I used boldface and that funny yellow color).

Administrative comment: General EE policy is to start new questions when you have new questions and to make each question it's own thread. This makes it easier to get each question answered most quickly and well. It also makes point splitting easier and gives the opportunity to be more generous with the points.

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2. The whole point of me posting these questions is so that the good folks here can update the spreadsheet for me. I have no idea what it is I am doing, hence I only describe the desired outcome and hope that the experts will correct implement what it is I am looking for.

3. Correct. Except that if the value is column K is the cumulative return of $1, so say 2.69, then the return is 169%. In other words, subtract col K by 1 then convert to %.

Thanks for the formatting. I seem to have lost the red fonts for negatives though for col C,D,E, and F?

I appreciate the EE policy. Problem is I dont have time to wait to close one question and then open up 4 others after each one is completed. I'll be here all week. I'm happy to give extra points to post as separate questions once we can answer here so I can wrap this up by tomorrow.

Do you mind reflecting the above in the spreadsheet attached, esp for col K to auto-complete? Thanks.

Copy-of-Copy-of-Master-Statistic.xls

Col J is just the cumulative return. Think of it as the share price start at $1.00 and rising to $3.50 in 1 year. The performance is not 350% but 250%.

Re: other questions - yes that would be my problem, I wouldn't know or have the time to figure out how to merge all the different question/solutions into one spreadsheet, so happy to open up further questions which would address an already provided solution (but I accept its probably not allowed).........

Thanks.

Master-Statistic.xls

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Except that if the value is column K is the cumulative return of $1, so say 2.69, then the return is 169%. In other words, subtract col K by 1 then convert to %Isn't that what column J is? I think the original formula is correct. Please check again.

Problem is I dont have time to wait to close one question and then open up 4 others after each one is completed.If you open all of them at the same time, they would probably get answered more quickly. But if you would have trouble merging all the ideas, then I could see why that wouldn't work for you. So if you're happy with how it's working, then it's fine.

I'm happy to give extra points to post as separate questions once we can answer hereUnfortunately, that would be considered a manipulation of the point system and the Admins would delete the questions.

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