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Can a formula be added to automatically fill column?

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    Can a formula be added to automatically fill column?

    Hello, please can someone help me create a formula where when the "band" column (C) is chosen the time value next to it in column D automatically fills.
    Thank you in advance Joanne

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    Re: Formula Help

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    Paste in D2 and copy down:

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    Re: Formula Help

    Thank you for taking the time to look at my problem. For some reason the solution wont work for me
    Im obviously doing something wrong and as a complete novice unable to fix. Thanks again

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    Re: Formula Help

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    Try looking at this edit to the project :
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    Re: Formula Help

    A formula solution will not work.

    The time will be volatile and will change each time the sheet is calculated.

    Right Click on the Sheet name at bottom of excel and select view code

    A macro module will open

    Paste this into the module and close it.

    Make some changes to column C

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    Re: Formula Help

    joannes123 welcome to the forum

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    Perfect! Thank you so much for your help.

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