Generally speaking, you can apply any formulas but the information from Inspection has to be loaded first.
Which means you might have to load the data in an hidden row and then use Excel formulas to calculate what you need.
I attached an example for the SOLIDWORKS Inspection Standalone only.
Thanks for responding so quickly. What I am running into, however, is that i am performing the same actions on separate tabs of one template and getting different results. On both tabs, i have used the built in editor to load the information i want pulled from within Inspection. I then use excel formulas and formatting to edit and format that data to what and where i need it. I am using both hidden and visible cells when needed to achieve the "look" of our previous inspection sheets. On the first tab, everything calculates and populates vertically down the sheet as needed. However, on the second tab - using the same formulas - everything calculates properly in the first row but the rows do not populate vertically down the sheet like they do on the first sheet. My question, i suppose, actually involves the population of the values vertically down the sheet. It's confusing to me that it does it correctly on the first tab, but does not do it on the second.
Thanks again for any help!