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Formula for copy multiple cells at a time

Write a formula when the content of cell L44 if copied to the following cell in excel-

O 24, L 80, M 44, Q 90, I 49

where L 44 =>260+G$2+F60+$X$99+$A25

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  • chanchal_222 Dec 30, 2008

    yes, i mean the f(x) is "=260+G$2+F60+$X$99+$A25"

    and i want the conditional copy.

  • chanchal_222 Dec 30, 2008

    please suggest me how it will be possibe.

  • Peter Sturniolo
    Peter Sturniolo May 11, 2010

    Need a little clarification; 1st do you mean that in L44 the f(x) is "=260+G$2+F60+$X$99+$A25"?



    Do you want a straight copy of cell L44 to the 5 cells indicated, or a conditional copy?

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You'll want to use the IF formula, its syntax goes like this: =IF(condition to be met,value if true,value if false)

If you want to use text for the true/false values, you'll need to put the term in quotes.

Example, lets say you want to know if 260+G$2+F60+$X$99+$A25 is equal to 1024, then the formula would be: =IF(260+G$2+F60+$X$99+$A25=1024,"True","False")

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  • Peter Sturniolo
    Peter Sturniolo Dec 30, 2008

    To clarify a little more, you don't necessarily have to include the entire operation in the IF statement, you can just enter =IF(L44=1024,"True","False") in any of the other cells.

  • Peter Sturniolo
    Peter Sturniolo Dec 30, 2008

    And you can copy the cell in question by placing the cell id in the Value if true section.



    i.e. for O24: =IF(L44=1024,L44," ")

    This would return 1024 in O24 if the value of L44 is 1024 and a blank space if it is not.

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