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    Can you link a Calculation/Formula to a drop down field

    Hi guys,
    New to the forum and I can't seem to find my answer on YouTube or the Web, probably because I'm not sure what formula I need to use.

    are you able to link a formula to a drop down field?

    in my case each customer has a specific charge per day therefor using the columns i have can you select a customer and upon selecting it will work out that customers charge based on the days in storage
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    Re: Is multiple sumifs the best formula to use??? Lost!!

    Thanks! As soon as it is charged I will.

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    Re: storage the amount charged based on the days and customer

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    Re: Can you link a Calculation/Formula to a drop down field

    amended apologies i hope this is now ok

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    Re: Can you link a Calculation/Formula to a drop down field

    How is Excel meant to know how much to charge each customer?

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