Is there a way that I can use @row to reference the cell above? I'm creating a formula to check for duplicates and I want to compare details in the current row to the one above.
A process I like to use to solve for these kind of issues is to create 2 columns:
This will allow you to run a check on a previous row value by using Index(column:column, [ROW#]@row -1)
Hi @Kirstine ,
I can't find a way to do it with @row without a reference to a specific row too. There are lots of posts in this community about how to find and flag duplicates.
Curious if someone else has a better answer.
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Thanks @Mark Cronk and @Leibel S for your input!
Leibel your clever trick has done the job! I don't really understand it yet (I've just plugged in the formulae with my column names) but I'll wrap my head around it soon! Thanks so much!
Thanks @Leibel S, that is a good solution that will work until we have a supported command.
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