If you can sort your data, you can use the "MATCH()" function to look
for that date. If column "A" contains the dates sorted in ascending
order, this formula will return the latest date which is less than
"TODAY" (if you remove the "-1", then it will be for less than or equal
If you cannot sort your data, there are ways to do a sort on another
sheet using formulas and then using the formula above will yield the
information you are looking for.
I hope this helps.
Le jeudi 04 octobre 2018 à 05:02 -0700, Rob a écrit :
OS: Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (11G63)
LO: Version: 126.96.36.199
/Before anyone is saying, please update first:
I am forced to be in an older version of LO (I can't update MacOS any
further on the hardware, so I can't update LO either).
Hence I do not have MAXIF() or MAXIFS() available./
I am having a list of music (identified by numbers) sang or planned to sing
in tab '2018'
In another tab (in my case 'Last') I want to show the latest date the number
is sung. Of course if the date in the list is in the future I don't want to
This provides the wrong answer...
How can I accomlish what I want?
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