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Posted on 2014-12-01
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I have a spread sheet that has 4 TABS
1.      Main Sheet
2.      Open
3.      Closed
4.      On Hold
On the Open Tab worksheet, I fill in the row and the STATUS selected in Column I determines where the row gets moved to
The same applies for the Closed and On Hold work sheets whe using the status in column I
The problem I have is on the main sheet with:
1.      Values in Column C and Column D
2.      The graph shows the data negatively
3.      F2 shows me the last number used for any row been added, so if I add a new row, at look at F2 and select the next number for my new record
4.      I am just trying to tidy up the formulas  D9:R11
Any suggestions much appreciated
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Unfortunately, your spreadsheet did not upload properly.
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I will upload again - its a excel macro enabled workbook
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Your formula is wrong - the answers do not reflect the data. For example, the "On Hold" looks like it is in October, whereas it is in December. Your Closed value is similarly wrong.

The graph also has the wrong data source - it goes from C to R for the values, and E to R for the labels.

Please find attached a corrected version. It also does away with the need for row 7.
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Looks like you need to rename my version with .xlsm at the end - it has the same problems as your upload did.
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Hi Phillip,

Can you send me an uncompressed version if possible

Thanks
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It is uncompressed.

Look at your uploads - they didn't have .xlsm in the file name. Well, it's the same here. It's not compressed - just the name is changed when uploading.

But I've removed the . in "edward.aldridge" in this version - maybe that will upload more properly.
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Nope - just rename the file and put .xlsm at the end, then open it in Excel.
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Thank you very much
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