On 1/4/15 10:43 AM, Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
Yes - add $ to the cell references in the formula - e.g., A2 becomes
$A$2. That means you can move the formula anywhere you want but it will
still reference A2...
I know that but that is what I am trying to avoid. I would have to
change it to copy and then change it back after I move it so I can drag
the next year.
I am looking for a way to copy and paste the existing formulae without
changing them. This may not be possible but I thought I would check.
If I can't do that I will have to investigate to see what the fewest
number of cells I actually must change are and take it from there.
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