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I need to update the following formula in Excel 2010

I am trying to update a formula that I got working with some help from Exp Exchange yesterday. I am not sure if we can do it, but I wanted to give it a try. See the attached example.

I need to update the following formula:

=IF($G200="M",IFERROR(INDEX('[Report 7-29-14.xlsx]Projects'!$G$10:$G$150,MATCH($A10,'[Report 7-29-14.xlsx]Projects'!$A$10:$A$150,0))&"",""),IF(I10="","",TEXT(I10,"M/D/YY")&" (E)"))

The formula returns values in Column G.

I need it to, after it returns values, it looks at Column V. If the info in Column V is the same, V12=V13=V14, it looks back at Column G, finds the earliest date, 6/21/15 (E), and returns that date for the other matching cells.

I know this is confusing. I am trying to return the earliest date in Column G for all of the matches in Column V.
EXP-EXCH-7-29-14.xlsx
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krishnakrkcCommented:
Hi

Try this array formula.

=IF(COUNTIF($V$10:V10,V10)=1,MIN(IF($V$10:$V$40=V10,LEFT($G$10:$G$40,FIND(" ",$G$10:$G$40&" ")-1)+0)),"")

Kris
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
This is confusing, because your example formula appears to be self-referential, that is, it is checking values IN column G for the occurrence of "M", but the values you have in column G now look like the results of this formula.  

And while Kris' array formula (entered with [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[Enter) is absolutely correct in returning the earliest (minimum) date in column G for any given value in column V, you don't specify where this formula needs to go or if it is somehow supposed to be incorporated into the example formula.

Please clarify these issues and I'm sure we'll get an acceptable answer to you.

Regards,
-Glenn
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wrt1meaAuthor Commented:
OK. Here is what I am trying to do. Maybe I need to reference a different column....

The formula that I am using to return dates in Column G works perfectly in my production sheet. If it finds an M, it returns a previous weeks report date information, if it does not, it returns a new date based on the last part of the formula. I know you probably know how to read a formula, just was saying.

I would love for the results after going through my first formula, go through the second formula that Kris posted and display the results in Column G. So yes, incorporating the formula that Kris posted into my formula would be ideal. Like I mentioned previously, if I need to reference another column, Like Column AZ to return info first, then run the formula in column G to display the new results, I am fine with that.

Hope this helps
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
So, am I correct in stating that you want the formula now to display the earliest completion date in column G for any given area name?   See this:
example update
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wrt1meaAuthor Commented:
YES!!! Looks good!
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wrt1meaAuthor Commented:
But I am wanting the formula to display the earliest completion date, after the original formula I posted runs and evaluates the data to return.
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
I presumed that you wanted the original algorithm (formula) to return a date - either from the external Projects sheet, or from column I - but then only display the earliest for any given Area Name.

The only way to do this is by converting the existing Completion Date formulas into a "helper" column and displaying a new Completion Date column.  This would essentially make Kris' solution the new displayed result (you could hide/move the existing set of formulas).

I've created an example and have modified Kris' formula somewhat to always show the earliest completion date (not just at the start of each Area Name group).  The original formulas are in column AA, but could be anywhere, even on another sheet.

Regards,
-Glenn
EE-EXP-EXCH-7-29-14.xlsx
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wrt1meaAuthor Commented:
AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

THANK YOU VERY MUCH! GONNA SAVE A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF TIME!
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
YEA!  I'm glad we could help.

-Glenn
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