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creating bend deduction table

Question asked by Joseph Palczewski on Jul 11, 2014

I have a bunch of bend deductions written down on paper. I would like to create a bend deduction table. I'm looking for examples on how to lay it out in excel. The sample table isn't how I want it laid out. Say for example for I have .130" thk steel and a .156R, using a .551 V I have a BD= .238 and using a .984 V I have a BD= .248. Then I have .128 thk with .187R and .984 V with a BD= .262. etc.

How can I lay it out more like a list than a table?