Excel Function Returns Cell Address

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  • I may just be lazier than you, but I wouldn't do it that way, I'd create a template Excel file with the header rows and formulas in place already. I'd also use some variant of =LOOKUP(2,1/(B:B<>""),B:B) to find the last cell in the range with data, so I didn't have to change my cell references all the time. reference: http://www.excelforum.com/excel-general/562685-need-formula-to-retrieve-last-non-blank-cell-in-range.html

    Then when I wanted to pull in the new perfmon file, just delete your previous data (leaving the headers in place), go to the Data menu, Get External Data --> From Text, find your csv file and drop it onto row 6.

    Voila, problem solved without having to do anything but delete old, import new.

    Laziness is the mother of invention. 😉

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  • Every time I have tabular data for excel I'll post it to its own sheet. The cell reference =MAX(A:A) will then work on the column without calculation of the rows

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