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    In my work i have to make weekly working schedules for my co-workers.

    Almost all of them are part time workers and have a first main job.

    I have 2 or 3 cases that they have a rotating schedule on their first job but it's always the same:


    day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15....
    schedule A A A B B C C C F F A A A B B....

    A- 08:00-16:00
    B 16:00-24:00
    c- 24:00-08:00
    F- day off

    So i know what the schedule that they will make on the other company, but i just want that to fill automaticaly on my own schedule when i insert the day of the month.

    Can anyone help me with this tricky formula?

    Thanks in advance

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