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Posted on 2014-11-20
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please see the attached file. there are two tables, table1 which is what i have current. Table2 is what i need.

might be very easy, but i could not figure it out.
EE.xlsx
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Cell C5 should have:

=IF(A5=A4,SUM(B5,C4),B5)

Then copy that down through to C24.
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This is brilliant Philip

wouldn't it be possible to do this via the original formula? with INDEX and ROW?

if this is too much trouble, then i can live with =IF(A5=A4,SUM(B5,C4),B5)

thanks very much.
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