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Let's start with the 1st equation. I assume you want to be able to recalculate by changing the number of pages.

Put 65 in cell a1.

360 in b1

In C1, put the formula =a1/b1 that's your book thickness

In D1, put .02 for the cover

In E1, put the formula =C1+D1

Now you can change A1, B1,or D1 and the Total thickness gets recalculated automatically. Be careful not to type numbers into C1 or E1, or you lose the formula.

The same for the other equations - a cell for each number ("variable") and another cell for calculations.

Once you've verified the results, then you can get fancy and add titles above each field to make it easy to remember what goes where.

You may need to change the cell format to control the number of decimal places, or thousands commas. Right click on a cell and select format to see the choices you have.

Keep a backup copy of the spreadsheet in case someone (not you, of course) makes a mistake and overwrites the formula cells. You can also look into "protecting" cells to keep them from being changed.

Hope that helps.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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go google and type in --manual for excel version (what ever it is ) and down load the pdf file

go to a book shop and buy a Excel for dummies book

or e-bay and excel for dummies or other excel explained books

explaining it as a reply will be as confusing as the reply would be pages long

go to a book shop and buy a Excel for dummies book

or e-bay and excel for dummies or other excel explained books

explaining it as a reply will be as confusing as the reply would be pages long

Oct 13, 2015 | Microsoft Excel for PC

Open up your spread sheet.

Click File on top left

Click Page Setup

Click Options

Shows Document properties...click on advanced

Shows paper size....A4

then copy count....this is probably set to 2, click on it and set to 1.

Click File on top left

Click Page Setup

Click Options

Shows Document properties...click on advanced

Shows paper size....A4

then copy count....this is probably set to 2, click on it and set to 1.

Sep 22, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4240n Printer

why not? however, you can also insert an apostrophe (') at the start of the equation before copying the entire formula so that the formula will be treated as a text thus preserving all cell references. dont forget to remove the apostrophes after you have pasted them though for the formulas to work again.

Jul 29, 2009 | Computers & Internet

select CONDITIONAL FORMATING in Format

select FORMULA IS , CELL VALUE = > < (condition)

after this select Format

font style , COLOR

SEE IT WILL WORK CHANGE OF COLOURS ........

select FORMULA IS , CELL VALUE = > < (condition)

after this select Format

font style , COLOR

SEE IT WILL WORK CHANGE OF COLOURS ........

Oct 10, 2008 | Microsoft Excel for PC

on sheet2!a1 type =sheet1!a1 - anything you type on sheet1!a1 will appear on sheet2!a1

Sep 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

type in "=" and then go to the cell in the 2nd sheet and click on the cell that contains the value you want carried to sheet 1. Then drag copy the forumula in sheet 1 to all the cells you want it to relate to. Now, if you place a value in e.g. A1 of sheet 2, then that same value will appear in A1 of sheet 1.

Good luck.

Good luck.

Sep 13, 2008 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

I'm assuming you'd like to assign a numerical value to cardinal references (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc.).

Best way to do this is to create a quick lookup table on a separate sheet of the same .xls document. Down at the bottom of the page, click on Sheet2 and create a quick table where column A has 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. and column B has your values.

Now click back to Sheet1 where your data is and in A2 put this formula:

=VLookup(A1, Sheet2!$A$1:$B$x, 2, FALSE)

Note: replace the lower case x in the formula above with the number of the last row of data in your lookup table on Sheet2.

You can copy and paste this formula down the column to calculate your other values.

Hope that helps!

Terry

Best way to do this is to create a quick lookup table on a separate sheet of the same .xls document. Down at the bottom of the page, click on Sheet2 and create a quick table where column A has 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. and column B has your values.

Now click back to Sheet1 where your data is and in A2 put this formula:

=VLookup(A1, Sheet2!$A$1:$B$x, 2, FALSE)

Note: replace the lower case x in the formula above with the number of the last row of data in your lookup table on Sheet2.

You can copy and paste this formula down the column to calculate your other values.

Hope that helps!

Terry

Aug 30, 2008 | Microsoft Excel for PC

go to the field with the number of day formula and modify the formula just add to it this *8. The result will be in hrs.

Assuming a holiday uses 8 hrs of pay. It sounds like everyone starts with 25 holiday X 8 hrs or 200 total hours,

Assuming a holiday uses 8 hrs of pay. It sounds like everyone starts with 25 holiday X 8 hrs or 200 total hours,

Jun 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

at first select the 1st page data and select data-subtotal from the upper menu list.

then enter the formula as =sum(1stpageSubTotal,2ndpageSubTotal,3rdpageSubTotal) then Press Enter.

If not solved pls get me that data as to reference.

thanks

then enter the formula as =sum(1stpageSubTotal,2ndpageSubTotal,3rdpageSubTotal) then Press Enter.

If not solved pls get me that data as to reference.

thanks

Dec 04, 2007 | Microsoft Excel for PC

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