There are two items listed in a table. Once happens to be the new name of the other :(
In repalcelsit – you see the oldname is item11, and the new name for that, is item22
In mytABLE sheet you see there is a table with prod column that listed the items, a month stamp of each items, a dollar number (AMT) and an adjustedAMT.
Each item will always have 12 rows to correspond to 12 month data.
Requirement: Calculate the adjustedAMT for newName of items.
Item22 is the new name of the item11. So each row of item22 be will :=
whatever it was before for a specific month + item11 numbers of the same month
For month P12, the adjustedAMT for item22 will be 99+1 = 100
For month P1 [AdjustedAMT] for item22 = 0 +45 = 45 lifeSaverQuestion.xlsx
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