Hi everyone. I hope someone can help me with my problem. I have a spreadsheet with columns for product inventory (Columns go from A to R) - Date Received, ID, Current Stock, costs etc. and the rows are the specific products (approx 125 rows to date). I am trying to create a macro that will insert a new row based on the difference between the inventory in and out values along with the commission and markup formulas in columns K to P.

For example:

Current Stock (Col F) is the number of items for that product at hand, say 10,000.

Shipped stock (Col J) is the number of items sent out.

If I enter 2,000 into Shipped Stock (Col J Row 10) a new row will be inserted (Row 11) with Col J in the Row 11 blank and the formula from col K to Col P will also be applied to the new row. If I then enter another shipment out value in Col J Row 11, say, 3,000 it will insert a new row again (row 12). New rows can be continually added until the Value in Col F minus value in Col J equal zero. However, if all the stock shipped is equal to the current stock (col J = Col F) then no new row appears.I donâ€™t know if this can be done or not but any help would be greatly appreciated

I'm a tad confused. You say that in each new row "

Col J in the (new row is) blank and the formula from colKto ColPwill also be applied to the new row."Then you say

"New rows can be continually added until the Value in Col F minus value in Col J equal zero.How did the value get into Column F of the new row? I assume it's the new quantity of Current Stock, but how does it get updated if the new row only contains

"formula from col?Kto ColP"

DerbyDad03, Thanks for the response and great point. A formula would be required to be inserted into ColF of the new row too.

Thanks for your help in pointing out that major flaw!

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