I am stumped on what seems like a fairly simple calculation using a spreadsheet. I have four vertical user boxes for input of variables. Call them C21, C22, C23 and C24. In C25 I have an equation that uses information from the previous four cells to calculate an answer for C25. Then I have another equation in cell C26 which uses the results from C25. Well the spreadsheet provides an accurate answer the first time around. But then if I go back and input new information in cell C23, which is used in the first equation (C25), C26 for the second equation just lays there without computing a result. Could there be a simple solution for this anomaly? Or is it that I am flat out doing something wrong. Appreciate your feedback.
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