I'm hoping someone can answer this question without the difficulty that our friend Bill Gates seems to like to bestow on us when making "Intuitive" programing!!!
I'm trying to do a Budget on Excel and when I go to "SUM" the differences between Income and Expenses it does just that - ADDS them. I'm trying to get it to subtract and it adds, every single #$%^^&* time. I've going through the complete programing and I can't "Intuit" - find anything that will turn it's "SUM", (which apparently also includes subtraction) to S U B T R A C T. This happens to me every time I try to make a budget. Then it all of a sudden subtracts for no apparent reason leaving me dumb founded as to how someone can end up the %&^$#*@$# richest man in the world on such "Intuitive" programing that he can't even make it easy enough to find a S U B T R A C T I O N function. AGHHHHH!!!!
Well I "Imagine" that trying to figure out how Bill Gates ended up the richest man in the world will be at least as frustrating as to try to figure out how to do a
S U B T R A C T I O N formula in Excel. However, instead of wasting another hour to forever on that how about if someone Enlighten me as to how to do the
S U B T R A C T I O N formula in Excel so that we can go back to thinking positive thoughts toward the richest man in the world, Bill Gates. You know the simple reason you use a computer in the first place, to do the calculations for you - a
S U B T R A C T I O N formula for a budget in Excel. Anyone, please. Thank you.
Edited by Johnz414, 11 July 2005 - 10:17 PM.