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    Weekly granular summary of database

    Hi,

    I’m working on calculating the difference of values in the Database tab Column F “Completion”.
    To determine what two values to calculate it needs to cross-reference and find identical values in Database Column B “Barcode” AND Column K “Time” AND Column N “Tasks” and possibly Column O & P “Check-in/out” if needed to simplify the cross-reference.
    These values should then be summed up and populated in the “Weekly Summary” tab table according to Zones, Date, and Tasks.
    If there is one out of two missing = color weekly schedule cell red.
    Choosing/writing a date and then that week’s summary populates in the table would be the best but I have no idea where to start on that.

    I have reached out for something similar before but after some time the table becomes invalid, and it takes a toll on the sheets size and reaction time.
    I have to admit that I am way out of my depth on this and I really hope someone can come and say it's easy.

    Any suggestions on how I should approach this would be great. Formulas or VBA.
    Attached is the sample workbook with the existing, none working, weekly schedule formula.

    All personal names have been made by a name generator.

    I hope this is clear and that I'm on the right track.
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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    Please add a sample of manually calculated results to the "Weekly Summary".

    I am not sure what you mean by ....

    calculating the difference of values in the Database tab Column F “Completion”.

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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    I also note dates in "Weekly Summary" are June but dates in DB are July/August.

    As per earlier request, can you please add some expected results for at least one date (july/August)

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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    Thanks for your question!

    I've edited and colour coded (sorry) some examples with the calculation of the difference in value that I mentioned.
    I've also attempted to clarify the process and how it is inputted into the Weekly Table.

    I've also hidden some columns and rows to reduce the "noise" of the sheet.

    I hope this clarifies some!
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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    Thank you for the new file: I now understand your requirement.

    I don't have 365 and so don't have its functionality such as FILTER/SORTBY etc which will probably be key to a formula solution.

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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    Thank you, glad it can be understood!

    I was not aware of the SORTBY function. I've briefly looked at it and that may help. I'll try it out.

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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    VBA:
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    Use tabs "DatabaseX" and "Weekly SummaryX"

    "DatabaseX" has extra column "Date" and is sorted by Date/Zone?task/Barcode

    VBA code for sort is in Module 2
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    Last edited by JohnTopley; 08-25-2021 at 04:06 AM.

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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    I am so incredibly grateful for this. It works perfectly on the first go! I've implemented it and test ran it several times in all different scenarios. I think my biggest challenge will be to ensure that we get accurate data, with no double entries, "no match" or "missing task".

    You may or may not think much of it but this will help us in a tremendous way, where we can show productivity to customers and sponsors so they see that people with disabilities can work productively.
    And by proving productivity we can get funding to train more people so they can get into mainstream employment and live an open and independent life.
    There are, of course, more things to this but this has been the bottleneck for expansion for years.

    This means a lot for me and the guys.

    So thanks again for taking the time to do this!

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    Re: Weekly granular summary of database

    You are very welcome.

    And thank you for providing the background tor this. I know how important it is that those with disabilities are given every opportunity to lead as normal a life as possible. In fact, I watched a TV program on such a subject last night!.

    Keep up the good work.

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