• Microsoft Excel - PivotTables

    Microsoft Excel - PivotTables

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    VLOOKUP Formula help!

    Here is a semi-updated version with some more details on the recall sheet and how I would *Like* it to work.

    Thank you again...

    Murray_Sparkles Today, 01:02 AM Go to last post

    VLOOKUP Formula help!

    Thanks Ali, I will try to come up with a small mock-up to help clear things up. I apologize for any confusion! I am very new to Excel, really only using...

    Murray_Sparkles Today, 12:47 AM Go to last post

    Conditionnal Formating

    Select all Date cells in 'I' column. Apply CF and formulas

    - Yellow

    - Green...

    navic Yesterday, 08:39 PM Go to last post

    Conditionnal Formating

    The only date that should be taken in consideration is the "I" column. All other dates should not be taken in consideration.


    Jlamarre Yesterday, 07:21 PM Go to last post

    Conditionnal Formating

    It's still confusing.
    If I understood you well the Subtraction between two dates in the example is the next

    - Red
    Today Date...

    navic Yesterday, 06:31 PM Go to last post