In order to dynamically subtract cells from one another within the same column, I need to create a formula in Excel.
For example, A2 = A1 - G1 (G column is fixed)
and A3 = A2 - G2
and A4 = A3 - G3
Excel is capable of using both a relative reference to the current cell and a dynamic reference. For instance, if you enter =A1-G1 in cell A2 and drag this cell down using the square, all subsequent cells in column A will immediately receive the same formula.
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