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In today’s FM exam there was two Marks theory question which we had to answer in spreadsheet. I wrote the theory in cell A12 and and in cell A13
and in above cells I had solved npv question
but when I was done with all questions, I wanted to do some formatting. In npv question I had written items such as sales revenue, Variable cost, fixed cost in the first column.
I wanted to expand the cells in the first column so I clicked on right corner of the first column in order to increase the length of cells slightly but I had forgotten that I have written an explanation of two Mark’s question in cell A12 and cell A13, and due to that text written in cell A12 and cell A2; the length of each cell in column 1 increased enormously and all the calculations which I had done in cells in column B to column D went on the other side of the spreadsheet I mean the calculations/numbers were still there but they were not visible on the first page because the first column cells’ length was increased.
In others words and calculations and everything was same but just the first column cells’ length got increased enormously.
So my question is will the marker become able track those calculations in cells from column B to D?
Yes – the marker should be able to track it OK 🙂