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# Modify formula for data selection

Posted on 2011-04-22
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Hi Experts,

I would like to request Experts help to modify the attached formula to allow data automatically shows a specific  data from cell D66:N66 at cell G59 (chart sheet) based on data displayed at cell S1 (chart sheet). E.g if cell S1 showed “TH1” therefore cell at G59 will display 100.00 (D66). If “TH5” was displayed at S1 cell, data at cell G59 will display data from cell H66 (97.33). The S1 data  display is controllable  at Chart 2 with spinner selection. Hope Experts will help me to modify this formula.

``````=INDEX(D2:P54,ROUNDDOWN((TODAY()-C2+6)/7,0),MATCH(S1,D1:P1,0))
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ChartFormula.xls
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Question by:Cartillo
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Expert Comment

ID: 35446809
Is this what you are looking for?

=INDEX(D66:P66,1,MATCH(S1,D1:P1,0))
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Expert Comment

ID: 35446813
or maybe

=INDEX(D2:P54,ROUNDDOWN((TODAY()-C2+6)/7,0),MATCH(S1,D61:P61,0))
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Author Comment

ID: 35447734
Hi Saqib,

Thanks for the formula, this is what I'm looking for:

=INDEX(D66:P66,1,MATCH(S1,D1:P1,0))

Is that possible to add "%" sign automatically without distracting the data value.
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 2000 total points
ID: 35447842
=INDEX(D2:P54,ROUNDDOWN((TODAY()-C2+6)/7,0),MATCH(S1,D61:P61,0))&"%"
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Thanks for the formula
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