At 14:08 03/03/2018 -0500, Bonly "Art" Bonly wrote:
Problem solved, ...
At 09:51 03/03/2018 -0500, Bonly "Art" Bonly wrote:
... no matter how I copy it, the formulas are not copied properly.
I suspect there *is* a way to do this, but no matter ...
... I can edit each cell to make it right, but it's far to much
effort/time to edit all the formulas in each of the columns. I want
365 days worth of data, each day has 8 entries, so I would have to
edit almost 3000 (365*8) individual formulas.
No, you wouldn't. Any spreadsheet with 3000 individual formulae gives
incorrect results. Yes, really! It is humanly impossible to enter
3000 separate formulae without making some errors. Spreadsheets are
fragile computation devices and entering many individual formulae is
the way to guarantee erroneous results.
Instead you probably want at most eight carefully crafted formulae
which, when filled down 365 rows, will generate the formulae you
need. Indeed, it may even be possible to create a single formula and
use it across eight columns, sheets, or whatever as well as filled
down 365 rows. So whatever the copying did to your formulae, you
would need to re-create at most eight formulae, not nearly 3000.
Constructing spreadsheets this way instead of piecemeal is essential
if you aspire to reliability.
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