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    Date move over

    Hello
    I am trying to create a macro that will essentially reset a line for payroll tracking.
    So I have a Rate of Payroll List in C4 that states if the payroll is monthly, bi-weekly, or weekly. I have a Date of Payroll Cell in D4. And I have a Date of next payroll in G4.
    What I want the macro to do is:
    A) take the date of next payroll and paste it into Date of Payroll. Basically just move it over after I completed the current date. *I have done this*
    B) by way of if functions, I want the macro to read what the Rate of Payroll (C4) list is and create the next date in my Date of Next Payroll (G4) cell.
    I want this to help keep track of various client's needs and save time by having it reset at the click of a button.
    Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Date move over

    You will greatly facilitate the task of responders when you read and apply what is written in the yellow bar at the top of the thread.

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    Re: Date move over

    Here is the file for people to look at
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    Re: Date move over

    Thank you so much!

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    Re: Date move over

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