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    to sort 10 lowest figures out of 20 using excel 2007

    HI, Please help me write a formula
    to sort the 10 lowest scores out of the last 20 entered by date and either mark them or copy in the next col. So they can be added.

    I can add and average the result.

    The real and complete way to calculate HDCP is
    5 or 6 games, sort the Lowest 1
    7 or 8 games, sort the Lowest 2 and so forth,
    9 or 10 Lowest 3
    11 or 12 Lowest 4
    13 or 14 Lowest 5
    15 or 16 Lowest 6
    17 Lowest 7
    18 Lowest 8
    19 Lowest 9
    20 games Lowest 10

    But if that's too complicated, I can live with 10 best of 20.
    Thanks

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    Hi and welcome
    please post a small sample sheet with some data and expected results ( Click "Go advanced - Manage attachments). Thx
    Thank you Ken for this secure forum.

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    Sort smallest entries Max(10) out of last date entered 20 items

    Sort col I to results in col K
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    I am not sure I understand. You have six results and have picked out the lowest four - that's different to what you seem to be saying above. However, try this as a starting point in K13 copied down:

    =IF(I13<SMALL($I$13:$I$18,5),I13,"")
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    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    I am not sure I understand. You have six results and have picked out the lowest four - that's different to what you seem to be saying above. However, try this as a starting point in K13 copied down:

    =IF(I13<SMALL($I$13:$I$18,5),I13,"")
    Sorry about that, there should be only one result in K17 picked as 1 in 6 entries, that was a manual test sheet and forgot to remove the extras.
    Can you elaborate the formular to include the balance of the instructions up to:

    After more than 20 entries
    The last 10 more recent (date entries) out of the total should be picked
    thank you very much
    Denis

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    Your post does not comply with our Forum RULES. Do not crosspost your question on multiple forums without including links here to the other threads on other forums.

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    This query has been posted on at lease three forums with no links.
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