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On 02/26/2013 11:04 AM, Jay Lozier wrote:
On 02/26/2013 01:19 PM, John R. Sowden wrote:
I create a lot of ledger spreadsheets, including date,doc no,item,debit,credit,balance,notes. I have a formula in the balance column that tests for data in the item column to show the balance otherwise I put a space there [=if(c23="";"";g22+d23-e23)], so the balance does not display down the page.

That said, I am trying to figure out how to put the last amount (not space) in the balance column in a formula to display the balance at the top of the screen, refer to it in a consolidated sheet, etc.



I assume you have a set of consolidated data cells. I would try =sum(balance range).

When I described how I might use the data in the last cell, I wanted to be vague because I did not want a solution that would only work under specific circumstances. Actually what I want is a formula/function that will give me the amount in the last cell in the column that has a numeric value.

Short answer to your question: no, I do not have a set of consolidated data cells.

your sum function seems to want to sum a series of cells. I only want the numeric value in the last cell in a column.

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