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    If > Indirect > Match Formula - Can I include an OR function?

    This is the formula that this forum taught me awhile ago to deal with a complex problem:

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    What I have realised is that I actually have more than 1 date changing event. So I wondered whether I could make this formula more complex by adding an OR function perhaps (I am guessing here)?

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    I don't think this will work, and I am hoping someone can offer a suggestion or solution.

    If context helps. I will try and give an example of what I am trying to achieve (please ignore the fact that the entire set-up is illogical):

    The package will be delivered 14 days after order was made: 27/01/2015 (Date1)
    What day range are you not available? 23/01/2015 (Date2) to 29/01/2015 (Date3)
    What day range is no-one available? 22/01/2015 (Date4) to 31/01/2015 (Date5)

    Date1 will need to be amended (hence my original code) depending on whether Date2 is before or after the delivery date.

    The problem I have now is that I need to do the same for Date4, and if at all possible, within the same cell.

    Any help would be appreciated as always.
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    Re: Forum taught to me by this forum, requires a tweak

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