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    Populating Straight Line Depreciation Table



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    Hi,

    Looking for help in creating a simple straight line depreciation schedule. Highlighted in yellow in the attached file is an area that I need to population based on the asset item in the header row. The table returns the total depreciation for the item, per year.

    The dataset in the left table contains the info pertaining to the asset and it's depreciation info.

    I've manually gone thru and populated each item with the value that pertains to the year and item. I'd like to have a formula created that will populate the table automatically.

    Thanks in advance

    -Manny
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    Administrative Note:


    We would very much like to help you with your query, however it has been brought to our attention that the same query has been posted on one or more other forums and you have not provided the required cross-post link(s) here.


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    Didn't know there was a tie. What should I do?

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    Tie?

    You just need to provide the links, please, as requested. I have explained this in my reply to your message on the other forum.
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    Since Manny_Avila hasn't provided a link, here it is:
    https://www.excelforum.com/excel-for...-schedule.html

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