Break Even Point Cashflow Analysis refinement

I have a Breakeven Cashflow Analysis that The_Barman has helped me out with.

Here's the challenge.  I need two decimal point precision on the BEP calculation (e.g. instead of 12 months, it may read 12.53 months for the BEP.  Simply adding the decimal places doesn't fix it since it is triggered using a match as to when the cashflows turn positive.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you in advance,

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Maybe the following will do it using high/low method:


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Bright01Author Commented:

You have clearly done this kind of work before!!!  Excellent work.  Thank you.  Now if I can figure out how you did it, I'll also learn something here.  And thank you for also doing the NPV calculation. You went "above and beyond" on that!

Thank you,

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