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I find it easiest to just copy the contents of the
cell with the formula and pasting it elsewhere.
So I would have both spread sheets open, and go to
the cell where the formula works, and do control + C to copy, and control +
tab to the other spreadsheet and move to where you want the formula, and paste
it with control + V.
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Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2019 2:11
Subject: Need help with an Excel
First, I do not fully know how to use Excel like many of
you who probably use it for work. But I do use it for keeping our Writers
Club’s roster and my bank account spread sheets. I used to have a formula that
I could use in keeping a spread sheet of my bank debits and deposits—balancing
my account. The formula I was given was =(E3-D3)+F2 and it helped me keep
account of the totals when putting in debits and credits. Used to work great.
Now, however, when I start a new monthly spread sheet, I get a message that
the formula I key in is an error. I don’t know if something has gotten erased
from the formula I had in my original file, or if the formulas have changed
over time. Otherwise, I have no need to learn Excel. Can someone just please
help me with this formula or tell me what might be wrong?