=A0Sorry not to be clearer.

I would like to implement the formula= for only one row. So entering the first row shown below and implementing t= he formula with only B entered in the first column in the second row gives = the rest of the second row.

=A0|A|2|3|4|

=A0|B|4|6|8|

Your suggestion almost does what I = want, except that it applies the formula to every row. I would like to appl= y different row formulas to succeeding rows.

Also I was not clear about = the syntax you used, does <<$<< exclude the first column and &g= t;$> indicate up to the last column?

I tried to modify your formula to restrict it to the second row: @2<<= $<<..@2>$> =3D 2 * @-1

But that did not work.

Thanks.=

On Sun, Jan 8, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Michael=
Brand <=
michael.ch.brand@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi RCY| A | 2 | =A03 | =A04 |

Do you want to do this?:

| B | 4 | =A06 | =A08 |

| C | 8 | 12 | 16 |

#+TBLFM: @<<$<<..@>$> =3D 2 * @-1

Michael

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