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I have prepared a calculation chart in excel which calculates the steel in kgs required for the given pile.Since there are 6 different types piles with different steel requirement,i used if conditions to solve them in excel.But it is not sufficient,as I cannot write them in summary sheet.Now I calculate the steel in one sheet and then link in the summary,which consumes time,labor and is also error prone...Can you guys help me...I know I 'm being too optimistic on that score...
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