bigrigdriver 
08162004 03:27 PM 
OK. 65 rows, using columns A, B, and D, as you have shown (which omits column C from calculations). In the first row (assuming A1 is the first cell you want to use), enter this formula: =B1*D1 .That will multiply the values in cells B and D, and show the result in A1. To copy the formula to the remaining 64 cells, grab the handle in the bottom right corner of cell A1, and drag it down to cell A65. That will repeat the formula in all cells in column A, with relative cell references (that is, A2 will have B2*D2, A3 will have B3*D3, etc.). Notice that I did not use the $ in front of the row or column references. That would signify absolute cell reference, and would not change the cell reference as you drag down to A65.
