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Excel formula Sorry for messing around but I am new to all of this so I will start again: I have 2 worksheets named DCT INFO and DCT. In DCT INFO I have 2 columns - A has positions (some are missing so it's not consecutive) B has a corresponding dollar amount. I need to copy these 2 columns to worksheet DCT together with all the missing positions (fill in missing), and their corresponding values. The missing positions which are filled in on column A must show a "0" in column B in DCT.

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Hi, I am not really sure if I get your exct meaning, so would I be correct in saying that you wish to copy all the data and structure from DCT INFO across to DCT. If this is correct so long as the dollar data is formatted in the first worksheet to currency then when it is pasted it will maintain its formating into the next sheet.

One question though...Do you wish to change the data on the DCT INFO sheet and wish it to be automatically changed in the DCT sheet?

If yes then you will have to write the following formula into the DCT cells:- =DCT INFO!A1 (where A1 is the first cell of data in sheet DCT INFO that you wish to duplicate.) You can then use auto fill by selecting the cell you just typed the formula in to and then placing the cursor onto the small black square in the righthand bottom of the cell and clicking the left mouse button and holding and dragging down to whereever your data ends. For example A30. Repeat this with the column B.
Let me know if tis is not entirelt what you require and I will try to help further.

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