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I have a sheet I’m working off with formulas already created. I need to expand the worksheet by adding additional dates. This one stopped at October 1 and I need it for the remainder of the year. I can either create another or just add more cells but I don’t know how to do either.
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@TShem240 

It's better to keep all raw data in one sheet and organize reporting in other sheets.

 

To expand - depends on how your data is structured, in general stay on last cell with date and drag it down for small dot in right bottom corner of the selected cell.