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Formula for Shift Roster being thrown off by leap years?

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    Formula for Shift Roster being thrown off by leap years?

    I've been trying to create a shift leave roster for work, which works around a 4 year revolving roster. I want to be able to input a year at the top and have it adjust accordingly for all future years but every time i put in a leap year it throws the answer off by 1.

    This is what I currently have in C14:

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    Re: Formula for Shift Roster being thrown off by leap years?

    There are instructions at the top of the page explaining how to attach your sample workbook.
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    Re: Formula for Shift Roster being thrown off by leap years?

    Here is the Spreadsheet
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    Re: Formula for Shift Roster being thrown off by leap years?

    Explain the date in B13 - why 2010?

    What result are you expecting and why?

    Explain in WORDS what you ware expecting your formula to do.
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    Re: Formula for Shift Roster being thrown off by leap years?

    Give this a try:

    =MID($B14,MOD(DATEDIF($B$13,C$13,"m")/12,4)+1,1)

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