2012/7/15 dave_ <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
By saving a spreadsheet as a csv file, I can import the values into another
program (it creates labels and btw the program is designed for it printer
only). The labels are "paired numbers"
Let say I have a column labeled A-O (starting at cell a1
A B C D E F G H and so on (this is row 1)
1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 and so on (this is row a2)
6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 and so on (this is row a3)
Cell A1 will be the starting input value and the rest will be generated
a1= a1 b2=a2 c2=a2+1 d2=a1+2 e2=a1+2 f2=a1+3 and so on.
(1) (1) (2) (3) (3)
Since column O makes the total columns number odd (15 colums) I cannot just
"copy" the cells down.
Any know an easier way of doing this. I am enclosing a sample file
(hopefully anyway). :)
Thanks ahead to all that helps.
Here is my try:
C8=1 (why complicate things?)
Fill D8 to R8.
Select Q8:R8, drag them to B9:C9. These cells will then be the first
two cells on the next row.
Fill D8:P8 to D9:P9 to complete the row.
Now you have a complete row (B9:P9) that you can fill down as far as you want.
Here is my version of your file:
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