Formulas for Excel Spreadsheets

I have an Excel worksheet that I use to track when users are due to take one of their training courses. Currently I am manually inputting the date to expire, but what I would like to have is when I put the date in one cell it will output in another cell that it is due to expire a moth from the due date. Does this seem like something that can be done in Excel?
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ShumsExcel & VBA ExpertCommented:
Assuming you have dates in Col A from A2, For Due Dates in Col B, add below formula in B2 and drag down:

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Then for Remarks in Col C, add below formula in C2 and drag down:
=IF(B2<=TODAY(),"Due For Payment","")

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Check in attached, change the range accordingly.
Hope this helps.
ShumsExcel & VBA ExpertCommented:
If you want to eliminate blanks, then add below formula in B2 and drag down:

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And below in C2 and drag down:
=IF(OR(A2="",B2=""),"",IF(B2<=TODAY(),"Due For Payment",""))

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Mike in ITIT System AdministratorCommented:
@Shums I think that should be Due for Training, not Payment. The OP mentions that this is for people who need to take a training course each month so the second formula should be:
=IF(OR(A2="",B2=""),"",IF(B2<=TODAY(),"Due For Training",""))

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ShumsExcel & VBA ExpertCommented:
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