At 02:03 26/07/2014 -0700, Graham Lovatt wrote:
Calc: Is it possible to auto fill a stepped cell reference ? I've
been trying without result
What i want is in a cell (or two ) a cell reference, to highlight
that cell and drag down
So the first few cells might be
Your first interval is seven and your second one eight. Will the next
be nine, or what?
highlighting and dropping would produce
That's supposing that Calc can read your mind and guess that the
subsequent gaps should all be eight - despite your first pattern
example gap being seven.
I've got a few columns needing the same stepped cell reference and
this could save me some time
At 02:35 26/07/2014 -0700, Graham Lovatt wrote:
Slight edit to my original post I missed out the =
Er, I wonder where that should have been in your message!
The simplest way would be to construct the formula yourself. Let's
suppose you actually want =A8, =A16, =A24, and so on. You could do this using
where the ROW() function returns the number of the row containing the
formula itself. But that creates a text string that looks like a
formula, not a formula as such. You can interpret text as a formula
using the INDIRECT() function, so you need something like
which you can copy or fill down the column.
If you want A1, A9, A17, and so on, you could use
I trust this helps.
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