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Bill of materials for Aluminium Windows

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    Question Bill of materials for Aluminium Windows

    Hi ppl, sorry if my english isn't good and if i can't explain me very weel.

    I have an excel file, with various spreadsheets. The first one is where i put the dimensions of the various objects (in this case, aluminium windows). The second one give-me the meters through calculations wiht formulas, of the various profiles of aluminium witch means the sum of all peaces that ocmpose the window. The third one is defenition spreadsheet where are the constants needed to do the calcs.
    What i need and i don't know how to do is: when the spreadsheet do the calculations go storing on a separate sheet the size of the pieces of the window.
    Can I do this with excel? How?
    Last edited by tfnduarte; 10-02-2010 at 05:12 AM. Reason: change topic name

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    Re: How to do this

    Hi tfnduarte

    Welcome to the forum

    You would do best to post a sample workbook showing your requirements.

    It should clearly illustrate your problem and not contain any sensitive data.

    I've done a fair bit of work in the past with aluminium extrusions and can see how apparently complex this can seem.

    Cheers

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    Last edited by Marcol; 10-01-2010 at 07:48 PM.

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    Re: How to do this

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