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I have a spread sheet that has the following info:
Column A = Date, Columns B = times associated with shifts, i.e. B4 =
11 p.m. - 7 a.m.; C4 = 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.; D4 = 3 p.m. - 11 a.m. So
A5:A237 is a date, B5237 is a number based on the amount of water
used for each shift for that day.

For each day of the month and for each shift our operators input the
water demand during their shift.

In my spreadsheet cell C1 looks for the highest number in the range
B5462. That number becomes the value in C1. In cell C3 I want the
value to be the corresponding date from Column A. In other words, if
the highest number is 5 and it's in cell C6, then cell C1 = 5. A6 is
the corresponding date. I want C3 to equal A6.

I hope someone can understand my question and help me.

Thanks,
cj


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Hi

Name range A4237 as DataTable
Name the ranges of data in columns B to D whatever you like (for this leave
them as B to D)

=INDEX(Datatable,MATCH(C6,C,0),1)

Should be ok

Danny
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I have a spread sheet that has the following info:
Column A = Date, Columns B = times associated with shifts, i.e. B4 =
11 p.m. - 7 a.m.; C4 = 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.; D4 = 3 p.m. - 11 a.m. So
A5:A237 is a date, B5237 is a number based on the amount of water
used for each shift for that day.

For each day of the month and for each shift our operators input the
water demand during their shift.

In my spreadsheet cell C1 looks for the highest number in the range
B5462. That number becomes the value in C1. In cell C3 I want the
value to be the corresponding date from Column A. In other words, if
the highest number is 5 and it's in cell C6, then cell C1 = 5. A6 is
the corresponding date. I want C3 to equal A6.

I hope someone can understand my question and help me.

Thanks,
cj


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Sorry

=INDEX(Datatable,MATCH($C$1,C,0),1)

"Danny Lewis" wrote:

Hi

Name range A4237 as DataTable
Name the ranges of data in columns B to D whatever you like (for this leave
them as B to D)

=INDEX(Datatable,MATCH(C6,C,0),1)

Should be ok

Danny
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I have a spread sheet that has the following info:
Column A = Date, Columns B = times associated with shifts, i.e. B4 =
11 p.m. - 7 a.m.; C4 = 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.; D4 = 3 p.m. - 11 a.m. So
A5:A237 is a date, B5237 is a number based on the amount of water
used for each shift for that day.

For each day of the month and for each shift our operators input the
water demand during their shift.

In my spreadsheet cell C1 looks for the highest number in the range
B5462. That number becomes the value in C1. In cell C3 I want the
value to be the corresponding date from Column A. In other words, if
the highest number is 5 and it's in cell C6, then cell C1 = 5. A6 is
the corresponding date. I want C3 to equal A6.

I hope someone can understand my question and help me.

Thanks,
cj


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I tried your suggestion Danny. But it doesn't like the second C.


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You need to rename the range C5:C237 to C, for example.

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I tried your suggestion Danny. But it doesn't like the second C.


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Try this formula:
=INDEX(A5:A237,MAX((ROW(B5237)-ROW(B5)+1)*(B5237=MAX(B5237))))

Note that this is an array formula, so instead of just hitting Enter after
typing the formula, you should use Ctrl-Shift-Enter. Excel will
automatically put { } around the formula if done correctly

-Simon

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I have a spread sheet that has the following info:
Column A = Date, Columns B = times associated with shifts, i.e. B4 =
11 p.m. - 7 a.m.; C4 = 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.; D4 = 3 p.m. - 11 a.m. So
A5:A237 is a date, B5237 is a number based on the amount of water
used for each shift for that day.

For each day of the month and for each shift our operators input the
water demand during their shift.

In my spreadsheet cell C1 looks for the highest number in the range
B5462. That number becomes the value in C1. In cell C3 I want the
value to be the corresponding date from Column A. In other words, if
the highest number is 5 and it's in cell C6, then cell C1 = 5. A6 is
the corresponding date. I want C3 to equal A6.

I hope someone can understand my question and help me.

Thanks,
cj


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Okay, I'll try that. Thanks.


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