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    Divide cell skipping/offseting

    Good day, all.

    I apologize in advance if this has already been solved but I have no idea how to look this up.

    This is my problem.
    I have a couple of spreadsheets with a ton of data (cca 220 rows, 2 columns per spreadsheet) and I need to divide cells 2 by 2 in the same column in the adjacent row.

    Ie: C1/C2 = D1, C3/C4 = D2, C5/C6 = D3, etc.

    The thing is I have to use the results later on to make charts and this has to look "pretty".

    If anyone could post a formula or direct me to the right expression I could use to look this up I would be very grateful.

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    Re: Divide cell skipping/offseting

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    Just in case - I don't know what are separators in formulas and whether the function names are the same as in EN version in Chroatian Excel - see the attached file
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    Re: Divide cell skipping/offseting

    Thank you sooo much! Exactly what I needed. :-)

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