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    Finding Variance in Area Schedule-Multiple Items

    Hello all,

    I have an Area Schedule that has a certain department (ie, Legal, Marketing, etc.) spread into different areas of the building, so that there are three distinct Legal areas, and four distinct marketing areas.

    I have a target square footage for each department. I can write a formula that shows the variance between the actual/target easily enough when there's only one area, but I can't quite figure out how to track Actual vs Target percentages across multiple distinct areas that share a common name. In this case, "Budget Procurement" does not calculate

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    Any ideas?

    Thanks

    Rick

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    Thanks, Dave! I don't think it's worth if for this application, but nice to know.

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