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Old October 29th 04, 09:05 PM
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Here is what I am trying to do, create a sheet where the dates automaticly
come up once I enter in the month and year in one of the cells. Something to
look like this:

A
1 09/2005
2 09/01/2005
3 09/02/2005
4 09/03/2005
5 09/04/2005
6 09/05/2005

If I change A1 to 10/2005, the dates change with it. I had a formula for it
but when I entered February, March would always come up. I know about the
Edit - Fill - Series option but I want a more automatic approach. Thanks for
any help, in advance.
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-Chip
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Old October 29th 04, 09:35 PM
Jason Morin
 
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In A2 put:

=A1

and in A3 put:

=IF(A2="","",IF(MONTH(A2+1)<MONTH(A$1),"",A2+1))

and fill down to A32.

HTH
Jason
Atlanta, GA

-----Original Message-----
Here is what I am trying to do, create a sheet where the

dates automaticly
come up once I enter in the month and year in one of the

cells. Something to
look like this:

A
1 09/2005
2 09/01/2005
3 09/02/2005
4 09/03/2005
5 09/04/2005
6 09/05/2005

If I change A1 to 10/2005, the dates change with it. I

had a formula for it
but when I entered February, March would always come

up. I know about the
Edit - Fill - Series option but I want a more automatic

approach. Thanks for
any help, in advance.
--
-Chip
=)
.

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Old October 29th 04, 09:47 PM
AndreasN
 
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Good evening Chip,
Can you write in a new message the formula you used, please?

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Here is what I am trying to do, create a sheet where the dates automaticly
come up once I enter in the month and year in one of the cells. Something
to
look like this:

A
1 09/2005
2 09/01/2005
3 09/02/2005
4 09/03/2005
5 09/04/2005
6 09/05/2005

If I change A1 to 10/2005, the dates change with it. I had a formula for
it
but when I entered February, March would always come up. I know about the
Edit - Fill - Series option but I want a more automatic approach. Thanks
for
any help, in advance.
--
-Chip
=)



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Old October 30th 04, 03:58 AM
Chip1035
 
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THANK YOU!!! It worked!

"Jason Morin" wrote:

In A2 put:

=A1

and in A3 put:

=IF(A2="","",IF(MONTH(A2+1)<MONTH(A$1),"",A2+1))

and fill down to A32.

HTH
Jason
Atlanta, GA

-----Original Message-----
Here is what I am trying to do, create a sheet where the

dates automaticly
come up once I enter in the month and year in one of the

cells. Something to
look like this:

A
1 09/2005
2 09/01/2005
3 09/02/2005
4 09/03/2005
5 09/04/2005
6 09/05/2005

If I change A1 to 10/2005, the dates change with it. I

had a formula for it
but when I entered February, March would always come

up. I know about the
Edit - Fill - Series option but I want a more automatic

approach. Thanks for
any help, in advance.
--
-Chip
=)
.




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