[mso] Re: Excel Formula

 
  Chuck,
   
  You didn't answer Linda's question (which was my question also). However, I 
think the following may be the formula you seek for column E:
   
  =IF(D2=0,0,450/(B2/D2))+(C2/32)
   
  It divides the minutes worked (column B) by the actual number of calls made 
(column D) to compute an average number of minutes per call. Dividing 450 by 
this average gives an estimated number of calls in 450 minutes.
   
  Hope this helps,
   
  Hutch
  
Chuck Hawsey <chawsey@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
  Linda,
Based on another e-mail, I wanted to point out that the number in E should be 
rounded to two places, but I can do that simply by formatting the cell. It is 
still the other stuff I can't do. Thanks.
Chuck H.
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: Linda F. Johnson 
To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 9:54 PM
Subject: [mso] Re: Excel Formula

Sorry. You lost me. What are you currently doing with the number in B if it
IS 450? Your formula refers to D and C, but not B ... You say you need E to
show what it would have been if 450 was in B, but your formula doesn't refer
to B at all. So, how does what is in B effect what is in E?


Linda F. Johnson
Linda's Computer Stop
Author, MOS: Excel 2003 Study Guide, published by John Wiley and Sons
http://personal-computer-tutor.com



                
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