Excel 2007: Insert Row into Defined Area & Inherit Above Formulas


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Andrew Gill

I swear that prior to Excel 2007, if you inserted above a range of cells with
formulas that the new row was not totally blank - it fill-copied down the
inherited (from row above) formula.

Am trying to do the same in 2007. Have an input template defined on a
protected spreadsheet where the user enters some data and there are automatic
calculations. If during Sheet protection I allow the user to be able to
insert rows, it inserts a row and maintains the cell fill color, but does not
copy down the cell formula from the row above.
 
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Sheeloo

:)

Excel 2003 also does NOT copy the formula. Formatting is inherited in the
new row but not the formulas.

You need to use a macro to do this.
 
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Andrew Gill

Thanks. Anyone have a good macro for this?

Sheeloo said:
:)

Excel 2003 also does NOT copy the formula. Formatting is inherited in the
new row but not the formulas.

You need to use a macro to do this.
 
S

Sheeloo

I have seen a few on this forum...

You can have a insert button which will insert a new row and copy the
formulae from the row above...

Let me know if you are unable to find a solution.
 
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