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Excel VBA Functions- Perform Calculation if Value is found to be within Specified Range

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Hi Experts,

I have a workbook where I need to manage vacation accrual throughout a calendar year.  

On the 1st of each month I need the accrued vacation hours amount (stored in column "E") to be added to the "Previous PTO BAL AVAIL" column (" I ") and then place the new amount in the "PTO Bal" column (" J ").

For Ex:
I'll have a PTO Balance column (col "J") which will contain the current vacation balance.  
I'll have a cell entitled "TodaysDate" aka "C1" and a named ranged called "RenewalMonth" which will contain the 1st day of each month for the entire year.

I need the code to work as follows:  


Find TodaysDate in the "RenewalMonth" range column "AA"


Add "hours accrued" (col "E") to the "Previous PTO Bal Avail"


Store the new balance to be in "PTO Bal" column "J"  

**The tricky part, when a new month start I would need the amount stored in the "PTO Bal" column to now be stored in the "Previous PTO Bal Avail" column and then run through steps 1 - 3 again**
I attempted to record a Macro to see if I could figure out how to get this to work but I'm more confused now than before..
    ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = _

Thank you for your time in Advance!  :)
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