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    Display result based on if there are inputs in certain columns of a row.

    (Sorry for the poor title.. not sure how to describe this very well :P)

    I want to be able to determine "Attendance Status" (Column B) based on if someone has attended within the last 4 (may want to change over time) weeks. So on the attached Sample Book, if anyone attended Aug-11 or later would have Y for "Attending".

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    Re: Display result based on if there are inputs in certain columns of a row.

    Maybe this....

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    Re: Display result based on if there are inputs in certain columns of a row.

    Thank you for your reply sktneer, but this is not working for me... B2 returns "N" when it should be "Y". All return "N" when copied down.

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    Re: Display result based on if there are inputs in certain columns of a row.

    Refer to the attached sheet. Isn't this what you are trying to achieve?
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    Re: Display result based on if there are inputs in certain columns of a row.

    You're right... my apologies. I was being dumb and did it wrong.

    Thank you for your help!

    Not sure If I should start a new thread, but I wanted to take it one step further... I would like to add a column to calculate the attendance of each person. Excluding all future dates so the percentage is accurate. Can you help with that?

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