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Weight loss formula

I need a weight loss formulas where I can enter weekly weight with a total of pounds loss.

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Open excel and do the following...

A1: Weekly Entry B1: Weekly loss C1:Total loss
A2: Enter pound B2: Nothing Yet C2: Nothing Yet
A3: Enter pound B3:=if(a3="","",a2-a3) C3: =if(a3="",'',b3-b2)

Last thing you need to do is copy the cells A3,B3, and C3 and paste to the next row for every week.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

  • bsevinc Feb 24, 2009

    Third row correction
    A3: entry B3: =if(A3="","",A2-A3) C3: if(A3="","",B2-B3)

    tHAT SHOULD DO IT


  • bsevinc Feb 24, 2009

    Sorry.... Correction again... I don't know where my mind is... Third row needs to be:

    A3: Entry B3: =IF(A3="","",A2-A3) C3: =IF(A3="","",SUM($A$2:A3))

    THIS IS IT, FOR SURE, NO MORE CORRECTIONS :)





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