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Function DateAddInterval(dte As Range, Interval As Range) As Variant
Dim strInterval As String
Select Case Interval
strInterval = "s"
strInterval = "n"
strInterval = "h"
strInterval = "d"
strInterval = "ww"
strInterval = "m"
strInterval = "yyyy"
DateAddInterval = DateAdd(strInterval, dte.Offset(1, 0), dte)
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Where do I put in the Function you provided
and then simply add the new formula in?
Do I substitute it for the "Change Format" Sub?
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Function DateAddInterval(dte As Range, Intervals As Range, IntervalType As Range) As Variant
Dim strIntervalType As String
Select Case IntervalType
strIntervalType = "s"
strIntervalType = "n"
strIntervalType = "h"
strIntervalType = "d"
strIntervalType = "ww"
strIntervalType = "m"
strIntervalType = "yyyy"
DateAddInterval = DateAdd(strIntervalType, Intervals, dte)
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