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rizvisa1

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you can use formula too

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thanks a lot but it does not seem to return the required result.

Lets take this simple example: A1 is 1, A2 is 2, A3 is 3. I would like to add 5 to the odd rows, so B1 should return 6 and B3 8. Since A2 is an even row it should remain 2.

Lets take this simple example: A1 is 1, A2 is 2, A3 is 3. I would like to add 5 to the odd rows, so B1 should return 6 and B3 8. Since A2 is an even row it should remain 2.

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thanks, it has worked well! I just wonder why there is a multiple sign after 5 when it adds this amount to the required cells. What is the logic behind it please?

Thank you once again, my issue is resolved!

Thank you once again, my issue is resolved!

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Row() is a function that gives the row number on which the function is called

mod is a function that returns a remainder. It has two parameter. First the number that you want to diviide and 2nd the number by which you want to divide

So mod(4,2) is saying divide 4 by 2 and return me the remainder which is 0

mod (1,2) is saying that divide 1 by 2 and return me the remainder which is 1

so dividing any number by 2 tells me if a row is odd (remainder would be 1) or even (remainder would be 0)

Any thing multiplied by 1 remains same, and any thing mulitiplied by 0 becomes 0

so 5 * 1 would be 5

and 5 * 0 would be 0

that answer i am adding to A1 to get the answer

hope it clarifies for you

mod is a function that returns a remainder. It has two parameter. First the number that you want to diviide and 2nd the number by which you want to divide

So mod(4,2) is saying divide 4 by 2 and return me the remainder which is 0

mod (1,2) is saying that divide 1 by 2 and return me the remainder which is 1

so dividing any number by 2 tells me if a row is odd (remainder would be 1) or even (remainder would be 0)

Any thing multiplied by 1 remains same, and any thing mulitiplied by 0 becomes 0

so 5 * 1 would be 5

and 5 * 0 would be 0

that answer i am adding to A1 to get the answer

hope it clarifies for you

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=A1 + MOD(ROW(),2)

if you want to add for those rows which are on even row then you can use

=A1 + MOD(ROW()+1,2)