Expand Leasing Table

I have a leasing schedule (see attached) and I trying to create a payment schedule based on the table that you see in the attached.

To summarise what I am trying to do you can see on line 2 there is an asset which we commenced leasing on 2/4/11 on a 60 month term and we now have 8 repayments left. What I would like to see based on this is an expanded payment schedule showing that in Sep, Oct, Nov, etc we have $1500 (approx) to pay and then this would also obviously occur for allow assets.

So for e.g..
Sep-15      Oct-15      Nov-15      Dec-15      Jan-16      Feb-16      Mar-16      Apr-16      May-16      Jun-16
Isuzu Truck YGL 160 - Tasmania      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523            
Isuzu Truck YGL 161 - Victoria      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523      1,523            
Isuzu Truck YGL 173 - Queensland      1,528      1,528      1,528      1,528      1,528      1,528      1,528      1,528            
Hyster Forklift 3144J - Queensland      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      
Hyster Forklift 3107H - Tasmania      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      
Hyster Forklift 3104H- Victoria      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      2,043      
Isuzu Truck YBX917 - Victoria      1,335      1,335      1,335      1,335      1,335      1,335      1,335      1,335      1,335      1,335

So as an asset was paid off obviously it would disappear from that months required payments.

I want this payment schedule to be generated ‘semi-automatically’ based on the table so as we add assets we can easily update our payment schedule.

Thanks a lot.
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Katie PierceCommented:
Try creating a column with each of the months you want (say, in column Q) in Date format, then this formula in the next column: =SUMIFS(F$2:F$68,M$2:M$68,">Q2").  Drag down for all the rows of monthly dates.  This should sum all the monthly payments for leases that have not hit their termination date yet.
recycleausAuthor Commented:
Sorry Katie, didnt follow that exactly... can I ask that you put it in the actual excel document and attach it? Thanks
Katie PierceCommented:
Shoot, for some reason it wouldn't accept that formula.  Apologies, I should have tested it out.  Instead I just rigged up a payment plan by month to the right of your data, Months on top.  It's not as sophisticated as I wanted, but it works.

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recycleausAuthor Commented:
Thanks, that was pretty much what I was looking for so no complaints here :)
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