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## Problems with static dd/mm and rolling year

#1
August 17th 12, 09:58 AM
 JoAsh Junior Member First recorded activity by ExcelBanter: Aug 2012 Posts: 1
Problems with static dd/mm and rolling year

Hi!

Im currently trying to create a database for work to flag up documents which are due for review each year. The IF statements are all working for this system but the one thing which is creating problems is that I cant seem to find the correct formula to show the review date (Which is an annual static dd/mm each year) but have the year part automatically rolling over to the current year.

This is probably a really silly question but I can't seem to find an answer anywhere on the net!

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August 17th 12, 03:15 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
 joeu2004[_2_] external usenet poster Posts: 637
Problems with static dd/mm and rolling year

"JoAsh" > wrote:
> Im currently trying to create a database for work to flag up documents
> which are due for review each year. The IF statements are all working
> for this system but the one thing which is creating problems is that I
> cant seem to find the correct formula to show the review date (Which is
> an annual static dd/mm each year) but have the year part automatically
> rolling over to the current year.

When you ask questions like this, you need to give us some details to work
if you want a turnkey solution. Cell references; cell contents. How you
determine the review year. How you determine dd and mm: in cells;
hardcoded?

If the last review year is a number in A1, perhaps =DATE(A1+1,3,15) will
work to specify a next review date of March 15 one year later.

Alternatively, if you just want "next year", perhaps
=DATE(YEAR(TODAY()),3,15).

with some details.

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