Why are the formulas in cells CL16: CQ21 not working as the formulas in cells CL10:CQ15

Posted on 2014-07-25
Last Modified: 2014-07-25
I adjusted the formulas in cells CL16:CQ 21, but they are not working as the formulas used in CL10:CQ15.
I guess I don's understand completely how the formulas work.
I made shre I pressed the Ctl>Alt.Enter buttons to create an array.
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Can you shorten the name of the attached file?  It cuts of the lsx from the .xlsx and doesn't allow us (me anyway) to open it.

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so sorry.

Plese see attachment
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Formula in CL16 should be:


CSE confirmed and copied down.

It looks like you were using the whole subtable range instead of row by row range... also need to offset 6 cells not 7 to start at G.

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I see where I went wrong.
Thanks again

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now I see what you mean.

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