Skip The Rows
I have 2 worksheets. On worksheet 1, I want to copy every 8th row in Column A. I want to copy the data from these cells onto worksheet 2. I want the data to appear on every other row on worksheet 2. To summarize, I'm trying to copy the data from every 8th row in one column BUT I want it to appear on every other row in another column.
I tried hiding the cells I don't need but then I can't sum.
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