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The formula is pretty simple
(Number of 'days' since the highest value - Number of days since the lowest value/ The number of days being examined)
I am thinking of something like:
I haven't got anything to work quiet right.
Thanks for the help!
8/22/2022 - Mon
Ingeborg Hawighorst (Microsoft MVP / EE MVE)
any chance you could post a workbook, so we can see how your data is laid out? Is "Highest value" the most recent date? Is your data arranged in columns (seeing that you use a column offset).
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Sorry for the slow reply. I was working off your sheet when I got the formula working. I was messing up the index(match deal.
Thanks for the help! I got it working.
Tell me how I could have gotten a better rathing than "good" given I didn't have your dataset and don't read minds.
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