No you can't. FV assumes a constant payment. The formula to calculate the
future value of a payment invested at i% increasing j% every period is:
FV=PMT * ((1+i)^n  (1+j)^n) / (ij)

Regards,
Fred
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Can I use an increasing payment in a future value formula in 2002 Excel?
