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#272049 7-Jun-2020 13:43
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So, say I am selling for packages.  Each package has a different price.

 

You can Pay in full within 14 days or on the 20th of the following month and the 20th of the 4-month following.

 

I want to set up a spreadsheet that I can record this with minimal input.

 

 

Basically, all I want to do is write in the date and the name in column A and B.  Then select a programme and Pay type from drop-down boxes in C and E (this is done) Then I want it to automatically add in everything else.  So far it adds in the full amount D and the collect months 1 and 2 (not exactly how I want is as per point 1).  This is to help with work but also personal learning.

 

  • Make it so If I select PIF from the drop-down lists in column E, the collect months 1 and 2 (G and I columns) will automatically say PIF.  Currently, I have it as =VLOOKUP(C3,Sheet5!$A$20:$D$23,4,FALSE) in the hopes to do this with a table I had.  I had C3:D5,Sheet… so on but it only saw C3.  I could have G and I as =D/2 but prefer to also incorporate PIF not just DDs as PIF are not divided by 2 payments.

 

 

  • Make the Due date for a DD be the 20th of the following month. So, if they joined on the 27 May it would say June 20,  if they joined 4 June it would say July 20.   For the PIF it to automatically calculate 14 days from the day's date.  If I do =A4+14 that would work, but I could not put that formula into each box as some are DD.

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  #2500051 7-Jun-2020 14:13
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Since you want to do something if...... Have you considered the 'iif' function?



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  #2500052 7-Jun-2020 14:15
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elpenguino: Since you want to do something if...... Have you considered the 'iif' function?

 

 

 

I shall google iif


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