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COUPNCD Formula

Posted on 2014-04-01
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Hi I am using the below formula which works fine when the frequency is 1, 2 or 4 but, I have been asked if it's possible to include 12 which the formula does not work with. So my question is, is there a formula that will include a monthly frequency
in addition to Quarterly, Semi Annually and Annually

=COUPNCD(TODAY(),H7,G7,3)

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COUPNCD doesn't support monthly or semi-annually frequency.
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isn't 2 semi annually ?

so if COUPNCD doesn't support monthly is there a formula that does?
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by:Jignesh Thar
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sorry..Yes 2 is semi-annually. I meant to say that COUPNCD doesn't support monthly (12) or bi-monthly (6).

Let me check if custom VBA can support this.
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ok tks
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thanks for the answer even it was not what I wanted to hear
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