Auto Increment Worksheet While Copying (Alternate Topic Results)


How do make an auto increment of worksheet while copying?
example:
if i copy one cell(A1) by dragging the mouse, this will be the result:
(B1 is the worksheet)
Cell > Formula
A1 > =SUM('B1'!$E$3:$E$14)
A2 > =SUM('B1'!$E$3:$E$14)
A3 > =SUM('B1'!$E$3:$E$14)
and so on...
the result i want is like this while copying by dragging:
Cell > Formula (B1 is the sheet)
A1 > =SUM('B1'!$E$3:$E$14)
A2 > =SUM('B2'!$E$3:$E$14)
A3 > =SUM('B3'!$E$3:$E$14)
and so on...
Need some guidance.. thanks
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Problem:
I have a workbook where I have a button to automatically create a new worksheet. (ex. Report 1, Report 2, Report 3, etc...). I would like to have a Summary worksheet that automatically grabs the data from the existing and newly created worksheets (Report 1, Report 3, Report 3...etc) On the Summary worksheet, I would like to reference the exact same cell range from Report 1, Report 2, Report 3 etc...
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1
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2
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3
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Hi,
This is my first post here. Thanks for listening.
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Since it's not referencing my table array, I get "#REF!" in my cells.
I don't understand why its not copying my table array references.
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A
This is something that has perplexed me for [literally] years. It used to
happen with e2k, and is now happening with e2k3.
When I have a value in a cell, be it a month or some number, SOMETIMES when I
try to drag it to "copy" it, instead it'll increment itself. "Jan" will become
"Feb", then "Mar", etc. Likewise the number in the dragged cell will increment.
BUT...this only happens SOMETIMES. Other times, the value, whatever it is,
REMAINS THE SAME.
Of course, THIS time, I'm wanting it to increment, and it won't. (As opposed to
my usual not wanting it to and it does! )
Can someone enlighten me as to what it is I'm doing, not doing, should be doing,
WHATEVER?!?!
Thanks in advance,
Tom
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I am a total newbie with Excel, and I just need it for basic data entry.
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Guys,
Big problem for me ........hopefully small problem for you....
I have numbers displayed in a column on one worksheet and I want to display them in a row on another worksheet.
The only way I have been able to do it is to individually set up each cell which is very time consuming. I've entered a few cells and then tried dragging the sequence but it doesn't work properly. As i drag across the row of the 1st sheet ( where I want to display the info ) the cell references increment across the row from the 2nd sheet ( which contains the info I want in columns ) rather than down the column.
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Hi
Whilst grappling with percentages, I have tried to copy a formula from say cell A1 down to A20. In cell A5 I have the figure of 30%, however when I copy cell A1 down to A20 the formula starts off ok with A5, but then it decides to increment A5, A6, A7 A8 and of course those cells are blank and my formula does not work. THen I am having to go back into it and amend each cell from A6, A7, A8 etc to all say A5, why is that?
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A1 to another calculation without copying the formula. How do I do it?
My very first post here on MrExcel. Thanks in advance for helping.
Need help with the following multisheet formula reference. When copying across columns, I would like to increment formula reference by rows. So when I type my first formula in cell AJ4 and drag it across to cell BH4, I need to have the following formula in those cells:
For Row 4, Columns AJ through BH (AJ4  BH4), I need the following:
Cell AJ4 =(H4*(1Sheet1!$BM7)*Sheet2!$V5)+(H4*Sheet1!$BM7*Sheet2!$AG5)
Cell AK4=(I4*(1Sheet1!$BM8)*Sheet2!$V6)+(I4*Sheet1!$BM8*Sheet2!$AG6)
Cell AL4=(J4*(1Sheet1!$BM9)*Sheet2!$V7)+(J4*Sheet1!$BM9*Sheet2!$AG7)
...
Cell BH4=(AF4*(1Sheet1!$BM31)*Sheet2!$V29)+(AF4*Sheet1!$BM31*Sheet2!$AG29)
For Row 5, Columns AJ through BH (AJ5  BH5), I need the following:
Cell AJ5 =(H5*(1Sheet1!$BM7)*Sheet2!$V5)+(H5*Sheet1!$BM7*Sheet2!$AG5)
Cell AK5=(I5*(1Sheet1!$BM8)*Sheet2!$V6)+(I5*Sheet1!$BM8*Sheet2!$AG6)
Cell AL5=(J5*(1Sheet1!$BM9)*Sheet2!$V7)+(J5*Sheet1!$BM9*Sheet2!$AG7)
...
Cell BH5=(AF5*(1Sheet1!$BM31)*Sheet2!$V29)+(AF5*Sheet1!$BM31*Sheet2!$AG29)
and so on and so forth...till row 36.
Or alternatively, when I drag cells AJ4 to BH4, down till 36th row (AJ36 to BH36), I need those formula to automatically update/increment.
Thanks again
septhemis / DP
Hi folks,
Is there a way of copying a formula down a column or across a row without using autofill and dragging down the sheet?
Many thanks,
Danny
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Cell A1 = Refers to Cell B2 of worksheet "1"
Cell A2 = Refers to Cell B2 of Worksheet "2" and so on......
I want to do this by dragging Cell A1 to A100.
Is there any way to do it?
Hello,
I am performing a vlookup in a specific cell (i.e. B2) and I need to copy that formula down into the rest of the sheet. Normally I would copy it and do a paste special: formula and this would work. For some reason, it is not copying the formula to reference the new cell for the formula. It is literally copying that exact formula and pasting it down; giving me the same value in each cell.
I have never had a problem with this before, and I was wondering if it might have something to do with formatting in the workbook or something of that nature. Any help would be appreciated.
When I try to drag a control from the Forms bar onto a worksheet the control
does follow the mouse, although it does respond to the mouse click. Design
mode does not make any difference. The result is I can't add controls to my
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