Hi there.

I was looking for a way how to transfer trendline equation from the graph 
into a cell. I know that there ist a way to do it using functions (e.g. 
but for some reasons I need to obtain equation right from the graph, not 
calculate it from values in chart.
I know nothing about macros and VBA, so I dont know if there is a way to do 
it. But if, I would be more than happy if anybody could write such a thing.

To be more specific, I attached xls file (green cells where coeficient of 
equation should be) 

Please, anybody, could you help me with this?

Thank you 

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