Engineers Tool: Component Calculator for Blueprints

I use INARA.cz and EDSM.net
also you can link to your pc if you have one, so your current material limits are compared with requirements
 
Update: fixed a bug (a few cells didn't have the correct formula, which led to not showing any materials despite choosing a recipe)
 
Fixed the #N/A issue.

If you see #N/A in the result column, just clear all data in columns B to D to fix it (or make sure, that all data are filled in. If there is a value in B, C or D, there has to be a value in the other two columns as well).
 
Nice tool, thanks. Just tried it out, I made a copy to work with. Column "I" is not sorting at my end, or perhaps I'm misunderstanding the functionality. I put in a single blueprint, with amounts. I then have to scroll down the list in column "I" to see the materials required. Shouldn't they be at the top of the component list?
 
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Nice tool, thanks. Just tried it out, I made a copy to work with. Column "I" is not sorting at my end, or perhaps I'm misunderstanding the functionality. I put in a single blueprint, with amounts. I then have to scroll down the list in column "I" to see the materials required. Shouldn't they be at the top of the component list?
You're right, didn't recognize it before. There is a sorting macro in place, that doesn't seem to be carried over when you copy the table.

As a workaround
- after you copied the table, you can create a filter in columns I to X and sort column I (sorting necessary after each change in columns B to D). Just tried it, it works but adds a manual sorting step after changing the input (thats why I wrote the macro to avoid this manual step).
- use the original table, the sorting mechanism works there. Store your input data in your own, seperate table to avoid loosing them if someone else changes the input.
 
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