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jcooper
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2005 9:23 am    Post subject: cash flow spread sheet Reply with quote

I am attempting to construct a cash flow spread sheet. I need a formula similar to the excel if/then formula. Spread sheet is constructed as thus:

Column B is the base line receivable or payable.
column C is the week one amount projected/actual.
column D is the week two projected/actual.
etc.

I need a formula that will take the base line amount of a payable (say $1) and if the entry for column C is $0, rather than the -$1 payable due, then it will add the $1 payable that was not paid in week one to the payable due in week two column D so that column D will read -$2.00 rather than the -$1 due in week two, and so on.

Please advise
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 29, 2005 1:29 pm    Post subject: Re: cash flow spread sheet Reply with quote

jcooper wrote:
I am attempting to construct a cash flow spread sheet. I need a formula similar to the excel if/then formula. Spread sheet is constructed as thus:

Column B is the base line receivable or payable.
column C is the week one amount projected/actual.
column D is the week two projected/actual.
etc.

I need a formula that will take the base line amount of a payable (say $1) and if the entry for column C is $0, rather than the -$1 payable due, then it will add the $1 payable that was not paid in week one to the payable due in week two column D so that column D will read -$2.00 rather than the -$1 due in week two, and so on.

Please advise


J... You might try posting this in the Calc conference instead of here. I'm no accountant/bookkeeper, but if you could give a few more sample row calculations for my enlightenement I'd give it a whack ...in the other conference. There you'll find others much more informed than I am to possibly give better advice.

David.
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