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    Need Info Pulled from Drop down

    So I created a time schedule spread sheet. I have multiple tabs for multiple departments. When doing a schedule for servers, I have it as a drop down. I want it so that if I have the same person selected in consecutive cells, it will pull the first cell (start time) and the last cell (end time) to a different work sheet that will put in the correct start time and end time next to the name that the other work book had. So pix one is of the "server" time schedule where the name is picked from a drop down list.Pix1.png

    Pic two is the main tab that I want the "start time" and "end time" to go next to the corresponding persons name.
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    I'll probably end up adding a "START" and "END" for the main spread sheet if need be and maybe put in two different formulas?

    I was thinkin an "If" formula but I have no idea how to do that witha drop down and how to get it to pick the first and last cell in the column that I need...

    or if anyone has a more simplified idea, I'm alllll ears!

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    Re: Need Info Pulled from Drop down

    Please try B29 Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter and drag down

    =TEXT(MIN(IF('Server Weekly Sheet'!$B$5:$J$35=$A29,'Server Weekly Sheet'!$A$5:$A$29)),"h:mm am/pm") &" to "&TEXT(MAX(IF('Server Weekly Sheet'!$B$5:$J$35=$A29,'Server Weekly Sheet'!$A$5:$A$29)),"h:mm am/pm")

    'Server Weekly Sheet'!$B$5:$J$35 this refer to 9/22/2018 you may try offset or index and match with date on B$28 to change this range.

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    Re: Need Info Pulled from Drop down

    Hi, welcome to the forum

    To best describe or illustrate your problem you would be better off attaching a dummy workbook. The workbook should contain the same structure and some dummy data of the same type as the type you have in your real workbook - so, if a cell contains numbers & letters in this format abc-123 then that should be reflected in the dummy workbook.

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    Re: Need Info Pulled from Drop down

    Ok, thanks for the help Ford. I've attached the file, the info in it was just sample stuff anyways.
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    Re: Need Info Pulled from Drop down

    It is better to go for worksheet event. Is it ok.
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    Array formula should be confirmed with Ctrl+Shift+Enter keys together.
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    Re: Need Info Pulled from Drop down

    Please try B29 Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter drag to right and drag down

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    I rearrange Server Weekly Sheet to to same columns so formula above can be use.

    Please see attached files
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    Re: Need Info Pulled from Drop down

    Wow! That's awesome Bo_Ry!!! That's exactly what I was looking for! Thank yoU~

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