Since the data from a dynamic data source like QQube for QuickBooks is 'one living complete organism', calculations should not be created outside of the list area as you can never count on a value staying in a particular cell as it may move upon data refresh.
There is nothing special about creating a calculated column that becomes part of the existing Dynamic List. You can use normal excel functions to produce the result.
Right click anywhere in the last column of your dynamic data range and choose Insert > Table Column to the Right
A new column will appear, that becomes PART of the range.
Here you can use any formula, where the results will be repeated down the length of the column.
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