El 15/01/12 10:15, csanyipal escribió:
I have a Spreadsheet in which I must fill many cells with numbers so so
every next cell contain a number that is bigger then the previous number by
However, these cells aren't neither side by side nor one underneath another
and are in pair (see the uploaded example file).
Moreover I have divers for these cells, so every kind of these cells must
increasing it's number by two separately from other kind of cells.
In the example ods file uploaded here one can see for example that that the
cell by '5c' cell in the first instance has value '1' and to the right of
this cell there is another '5c' cell that has value '2'. In the raws bellow
somewhere are another pair of '5c' cells by which these values are increased
by 2: the first is '3' and the second is '4'. And there are other kind of
cells, like '5a', '5b', '6a', '6b', '6c', etc. too that must be increased in
the next instance by 2.
How can I achieve that that the value of these cells get increased
automatically by 2?
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If I understood your request, one solution is in cell D7:
and copy from this the cell to others without changes.
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