Hi folks, Excel question here. I am trying to come up with some sort of cumulative formula. Here is the situation. I have a row called target, and each column represents a month in the year. I set myself the target to sell 250 particular items in each month of the year, and I want to have a formula that sets an adjusted target depending on what I sell. In addition to the row called 'target', there is a row called 'actual', a row called 'variance' and then a row for 'adjusted target'. If I sell 298 items in one month, I am above my target, and the variance row calculates the difference. Then I need a formula that calculates an adjusted target for each month where I might miss that target, taking into account that I overshot it in a prior month. This formula would ideally make sure I am close to meeting my target, each month on average. Anyone help with this? Thanks!