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[tdf-discuss] Re: Looking for an easier way to do the following in a spreadsheet


Why does the number of columns have to be odd? If you add one more column the
problem is solved :)

If there is an absolute reason that the number of columns MUST be odd, then
all cells starting from the second row need to check if the previous two
cells are equal. You can do this with an IF function. Then you can copy the
second row to as many as you need.

Hope this helps ;)



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