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Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 11:54:29 AM | Area schedule question: "Grand total" in formulas...

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I have an area schedule consisting of approx 120 areas. I need to subtract the grand total of these areas from an area of 19500 sqm.

As I understand you can't make use of the "grand total" number of schedules as i understand. (Ideally I would like to make a formula like "19500-Grand total", but this is a no-go.) Anyone out there with an answer?


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