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Dues must show automatically

Pls let me know the formula for this there is a one column contains total amount and another column which contains not equal to that amount it have dues in another column (for eg) 25,000- 5000=15000,like this there is a list of candidates they paying ther fees in intallment. so i need the formula for it shows the dues automaatically. pls help me

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    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    Is the dues a fixed amount or a variable amount?

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Can you not show as such

Dues= Column A
Paid = Column B
Outstanding Column C

A-B=C

total Column C = Total Outstanding

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