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Using FIFO Formula on a Worksheet

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    Using FIFO Formula on a Worksheet

    I have a spreadsheet for which I am trying to calculate the cost of inventory on hand at any given time. This will use the first in first out methodology of inventory, if anyone cares! I have found VBA code online that I believe will work but I do not know how to adapt this code to my spreadsheet. Can anyone please give me an idea or help me put this code in the spreadsheet?

    Below I have captured the VBA code I am trying to utilize. In the excel file, Inventory Calc tab, cell F9 is where I would want the spreadsheet to calculate what the price per unit of inventory should be. The information will come from the Order Entry tab. Let me know what additional information will be useful.

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    Re: Using FIFO Formula on a Worksheet

    Hi,

    You may not necessarily need a macro to calculate this. Standard Excel functions will probably do.
    Upload your workbook so that we can see the request in context
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    Re: Using FIFO Formula on a Worksheet

    Hello hdanger10,

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    I changed your title to better describe your problem. It is obvious you come here for help, so there is no need to put that in your title. Describing your problem accurately will get you answers much more quickly since members will know if they can answer your question or not.
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    Re: Using FIFO Formula on a Worksheet

    Thought I had included attachment - now it is updated.

    Thanks

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