It automatically leaves about one stack worth of chips aside in the higher denominations, to allow for 'colouring up' smaller chips when they are no longer required.
The sheet is protected, but only to avoid accidental overwriting of formulas. The password is included in the workbook itself.
Download it here (right click and save-as)
Great for working out the number of chips per stack for your next Texas Holdem poker night.
(I made this for my own use, hence its not exactly 'polished')
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