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    Thanks. Found this really useful!

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    Ken, don't know if you're still monitoring this, but it turns out that in Excel 2013 when you insert a new row, and then fill it with data, the references adjust automatically.

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    thank you for cell above range name

    Hi Jeffrey Weir, don't know if you're still monitoring this, but client spreadsheets often contain a new row /cell and the sum-formula hasn't kept up. I get such a variety of spreadsheets - ods, mac, 2003, etc.

    If it weren't for the clients' unknowingness, I wouldn't have a job. Thank you Ken. Dec2018 This will now make my job easier...thank you Ken.

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