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Subtract a numeric value from the last populated numeric cell in a colum if another cell has a text

In the attached time sheet, I am trying to work a formula that will subtract the numeric value of Column B from the last numeric Value in column I where column H as "H" populated.

=IF(H3="H",\$L\$7-B3,"") brings the initial value for my calculations forward if "H" is in column H. The challenge is to use the latest value in Column I as the number to be subtracted from

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Re: Subtract a numeric value from the last populated numeric cell in a colum if another cell has a t

@AJMack82 , that could be

=IF(\$H4="H",\$I\$3-SUMIF(\$H\$4:\$H4,"H",\$B\$4:B4),"")

or even better

=IF(\$H4="H",\$I\$3-SUMIF(\$H\$4:\$H4,"H",\$B\$4:B4),0)

with custom format [h]:mm;;

Re: Subtract a numeric value from the last populated numeric cell in a colum if another cell has a t

This looks fantastic thank you. Now just to try and understand how it works :)

Re: Subtract a numeric value from the last populated numeric cell in a colum if another cell has a t

@AJMack82 , you are welcome. For the current row if in I is "H" you sum values in column B starting from \$H\$4 till current row if only in column I for the same rows you have "H" and subtract result from \$I\$3.

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