Need to take 1 column of data and create 2 columns for maximizing the amount of data on each sheet.
Ive been working with offset and indirect formulas but not getting the expected results. Below are just a few examples of what ive tried and worked with and tried changing to get what i think i should be getting.
=IF(OFFSET(Sheet1!$A$1,(COLUMN()-1)*10+ROW()-1,0)="","",OFFSET(Sheet1!$A$1,(COLUMN()-1)*310+ROW()-1,0)) =OFFSET($A$1,ROW()*1-2+COLUMN(),0)&"" =INDIRECT("a"&ROW()*1-(2-COLUMN()))
So we have a need to create a excel template as dynamic as possible with as little printed pages as we can. Because the number of rows is unknown, we want to build the template in a fashion that allows for as little or as much data as we receive and need printed. So we have a need to fit 2 column sets per page, each set containing 10 rows each so we can have a total of 20 sets per page.
After finding offset and indirect, i started to work with that and see if i can create a formulas that would give me what we need..
What we are trying to see by using these formulas(if they are the correct ones to use) is the following:
Say we have 25 rows in our datasheet. We would like to see the following on our template.
Page 1 1 11 2 12 3 13 4 14 5 15 6 16 7 17 8 18 9 19 10 20 Page 2 21 22 23 24 25
Do not use INDIRECT and OFFSET if possible (And I have only found rare times they are needed) as they are volatile functions. Index is the best option:
Page1 put this in the first cell, copy over one and down ten:
In each sequential sheet add a factor of 20:
*2 for the third and so on.